Ignorance can leave intelligent people crippled with fear about what to do with their savings account or prevent them from understanding how to properly use/utilize credit cards.
Ignorance — with a dash of laziness — can be what keeps someone from contributing to an employer matched 401(k).
Unfortunately, financial education is often low on people’s priority lists because the reading material can come across as either completely dry or like a foreign language.
What’s with that alphabet soup like ROI, ETF, IRA, APY or terms like “bear market,” anyway?
The studious might lean towards picking up copies of A Random Walk Down Wall Street or Rich Dad Poor Dad.
For those who prefer to pick up their financial knowledge through osmosis, there may actually be a solution for how to passively learn about money.
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