Happy Financial Literacy Month!
April is National Financial Literacy Month! In honor of this, we’ve rounded up articles from around the web that offer sound, practical advice on a variety of topics:
It can be overwhelming trying to handle your student loans if you don’t plan properly for the future. Here are some insightful questions and thoughts to be aware of before deciding whether or not your particular investment is really worth it.
from Personal Dividends
Investing money in the stock market can be a tricky thing. Heres a good overview of the basic principles to know, as well as what to watch out for in your journey to investment success.
from Frugal Dad
Tax refunds are a welcome sight to many who worked hard to get it in the first place. Here are 16 tips to make sure you use that money wisely.
Sometimes many of us can get so consumed by our saving habits that life becomes unnecessarily unenjoyable. This article argues, however, that allowing ourselves little indulgences here and there can actually be a good thing for our finances in the long run.
from The Motley Fool
We oftentimes look to successful investors as a reference for our own financial planning habits. However, despite all that they’ve achieved in their careers, this article notes that we can learn just as much by challenging their principles as by following them.
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