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Brandon Dainas Jun 6
Not sure what to gift your college grad? Consider an investment in their future with something they probably didn’t learn in school…. Practical financial knowledge.
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David Grant Jun 10
Make the money you work hard for work harder for you with the financial education network at and financial asset acquisition with the wealth creation network at
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Shomari A James 7h
will offer a comprehensive curriculum & all students will have the opportunity to open a , to invest in the market, beginning in ! Never to early to teach the importance of money &
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thelaymaninvestor 3h
If you use the words “I don’t know” in the Information Age, you will get you left behind.
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Diane Curtin Jun 14
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#DataSCIENTIST #RenewableEnergy #Entrepreneur 12h
“You cannot be in control of a business if you don’t know what is going on. With bad numbers, or no numbers, a company is flying blind.” The New York Times rates poor accounting as the 4th top reason, in a scale of 10, why small business fail.
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Jessica Thyrion 15h
✅ builds knowledge ✅ boosts confidence ✅ is the cornerstone for better decisionmaking. Thoughtful policy/regulation, availability of appropriate financial services are factors to take into consideration
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Personal Finance Plus Foundation Jun 14
Personal Finance Plus Foundation supports financial literacy among adults. This article provides guidance and points to form great financial habits.
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Alexander Lopatin Jun 8
What is financial freedom/independence for you?
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The DauvO Jun 14
I'm currently registered and sitting in the conference room waiting to grow my Italian financial education. I like how the first chapter of their book is fiscal intelligence!
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Serena Dot Ryan Jun 6
October 2018 I had a $6,000 credit card debt. Today I made the last payment. Now zero balance. and learning to be creative with what I have is life changing.
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Natasha 2h
Replying to @BPEricAdams
Congrats on impacting 4,500 with course. I guess by having millions of residents in your district the financial education initiative is not going anywhere soon
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Innovative Tax and Accoutning Solutions, LLC Jun 14
Start Talking to Your Kids Early. How to Talk to Your Teenager About Money Even If Youre Bad At It Yourself - MagnifyMoney
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Eric Adams Jun 13
My first "Lessons Learned While On The Beat," a new monthly column, is about the importance of teaching financial literacy at a young age. A curriculum would give students practical knowledge they could use throughout their lives.
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Money&other-stuff 17h
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Matt Musk 13h
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The Dividend Principal Jun 9
My kids had their birthday party yesterday. I just made deposits into both of their 529 plans as well as both of their custodial brokerage accounts. This is the most therapeutic thing I will do all day. (Don’t worry, they kept some!)
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Money School 4h
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[M]atthew [D]ixon 12h
"Never ask anyone for their opinion, forecast, or recommendation. Just ask them what they have - or don’t have in in their portfolio." -
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Ron & Sandy Lee Jun 14
Inspiring way to look at problems! 🧡💛💚💙💜❤️
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