4 thoughts on “December 15, 2014”

  1. Garrett Haag says:

    The value of a financial education is priceless, you can not put a value on the amount of money you can save yourself by knowing what you are doing.

  2. MIke Dunlop says:

    The value of a financial education is that it will allow you to control your money rather than your money controlling you. When you are able to control your money, you can make it grow through proper spending and investing strategies. You will not fall for others telling you how you should spend your money. You will be able to do the things you want in life by prioritizing where your money goes.

    Money is a very emotional object. Having a financial education helps in removing the emotions out of money decisions and making smart choices rather than succumbing to emotional decisions.

  3. Brennan Haag says:

    A financial education in invaluable. With a financial education, you can be in charge of your life and have the type of life you want. Having a financial education will give you freedom to do what you want with your life. Having a financial education isn’t just about yourself. You can use your financial knowledge to help your family and friends.

  4. Mike Finley says:

    Great answers, gentlemen. This question is certainly subjective, which implies there is no “right” answer. Here is my answer.

    A financial education provides me something that no money can. It empowers me to make the best decisions with my money based on understanding the whole situation and then weighing my options. It shows me how my future could look if I take control of my money rather than letting it take control over me. It provides me the answer. The answer? I AM the answer!

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