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April showers are bringing more than May flowers nowadays.
This month also brings financial literacy to the forefront of our lives with the establishment of Financial Literacy Month.
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When many people think of “financial literacy,” kids come to mind. After all, kids are the future, right? Of course they are! But you are the future too! It’s equally important that you continue to educate yourself on money matters throughout your life.
What better way to do that than to start with the basics? We’ve hand-picked some content below that highlights major aspects of a successful financial plan:
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How are you improving your financial knowledge and habits during Financial Literacy Month? Leave a comment below.
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