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11 Ways on How You Can Get A Financial Education

How to get a financial education.

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Time Stamps:
00:00 Introduction
00:34 School
01:27 Books
02:17 Newsletters
03:02 Social Media
03:50 Podcast
04:31 Magazines and online publishers
05:20 Group forums
06:12 Apps
06:51 Banks
07:37 Mentors
08:24 Family


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DISCLAIMER: I’m not a financial adviser. These videos are for educational purposes only. No official financial advice is being given. Please always check with a professional before making any investments or financial decisions. Your investments are your sole responsibility, these videos merely share my own opinions with no guarantee of gain or losses.

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11 thoughts on “11 Ways on How You Can Get A Financial Education”

  1. To the incredible person seeing this, I wish you all the best in life❤ don't over blame yourself, accept things and go forward. Don't let others define what “success” is for you. Get up, learn the skills needed and get after it, all the keys to a happy life is in your hands. Keep pushing.

  2. The more we work on our own selves, the more our circumstances and overall lives change. The more we grow and invest into ourselves, the more we will see a transformation, especially how we better communicate with others. You got this, I believe in you and invest into YOU! Best investment you can ever do is in yourself for your family, others, and your future! 💯% back guarantee return on your investment! Have a great day! 🚀🎉❤️

  3. The ironic thing is, I didn’t even become financially literate until AFTER college. My resources mainly being YouTube and books. We’re too advanced as a society to still be dumb about money. But I digress.

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