These are lessons that our teachers should have taught us in school, but good personal finance habits was never a subject that found place in any curriculum.
We learnt how to add, subtract, multiply and divide, and even how to work out complicated trigonometry and calculus problems. We learnt about different chemicals and gases, the laws of Physics, and the secret of all living things. We learnt history and geography and even civics. What we did not learn however was how to live within our means, how to apply simple Math to our daily lives, and how to avoid accumulating huge mountains of debt that ruin our peace of mind and boost stress. So today, here’s a lesson for you, one that will hopefully make you a better manager of money, and one that teaches the A-Z of personal finance:
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