January 14, 2014

A financial education provides what? This is subjective so feel free to speak from your own personal experience.

2 thoughts on “January 14, 2014”

  1. Alayna Duwa says:

    A financial education more than just a source in which to learn about how to have the most money. It teaches you the ways in which you can use the money and about the intangible things that you can have from a financial education such as happiness and how to give more. If you haven’t learned that it’s not all about the money, you haven’t gotten the most out of a financial education and should probably attend Financial Literacy Club or start reading some books because there is plenty to learn.

  2. Mike Finley says:

    I like that answer, Alayna. What about the rest of you out there? Here is my answer.

    Freedom. Hope. Security. A sense of “knowing.” Maybe most importantly, if used wisely and acted on with a sense of true understanding, it can result in happiness. A financial education can change the course of your life. Believe it!

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