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The Centsables 19h
How to Teach Kids Financial Responsibility at Any Age via
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Set 4 Increase, LLC 17h
Be prepared. Set 4 Increase can help.
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thelaymaninvestor 5h
Venture beyond the walls of your own ignorance...
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mokobip 21h
Catch me on 92.9 tonight at 18h00 talking about .
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BlackHistoryStudies Aug 15
Financial Literacy is one of the most important areas that everyone should be aware of! It's not just about buying your insurances or investments. It's about learning how to properly save, manage, invest and protect your hard earned money.
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Master Your Card Aug 19
Mastercard was excited to co-sponsor the launch of in Los Angeles, a nonprofit helping youth in underserved communities gain exposure to all aspects of the real estate investment life cycle.
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BoysThatBank 11h
Print & do! Did ya know • Approx. 60% of Americans could not pay an unexpected $1K expense i.e. an emergency room visit or car repair with their savings (per )? Not you! Here's a 60 day help sheet! Kids, you can do it too! ☆
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Protective Life Aug 17
All students need financial education. Period. via
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Nivesh Shiksha Aug 16
NiveshShiksha students bagged 3 out of 4 trophies awarded at The Young Entrepreneurs Conference held by The Doon School. The competition consisted of three events, namely , client-assessment for NETA App, Mock stock exchange, Sustainable development plan.🏆🏆🏆
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iLiveFree Aug 20
Build emergency fund to ride out events that can't be anticipated. In event of job loss, u will still have to pay for non discretionary expenses like utility bills,child's school fees,food etc. Remember everyone feels secure in their jobs until they get fired.
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SecureFutures 17h
Thanks to all who joined us for our annual Advisory Council meeting and VIP Appreciation Reception last night, and to our gracious hosts at ! We love having a chance to show appreciation to our supporters, who change teen lives every day.
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Edward Lugo 9h
Fun activity introducing budgeting concepts using "Bean Game".
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Madhupam Krishna Aug 20
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Don't wait for them to turn 18 before they can learn how to manage money. Make use of everyday moments to raise a financially literate child. Budget with them before you go to shoprite. They get to improve their math skills in the process. Bonus!
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Glenn Stang, CCE Aug 20
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