Couples are often reluctant to talk about money issues. Money management can feel like a personal matter, so discussions about spending, saving, and priorities can lead to arguments and hard feelings.
Educating your children on how money is important is easier than training them on its usage, management, and saving. Understanding their wants and needs together with the way they handle finances is very prior to embarking on the money talks with your teenager.
In the next round of the great battle of the sexes, we are going to look into spending habits. It is no secret that men and women tend to view and treat money differently. But when it comes to total spending, or just spending as a portion of income, who spends more?
From flooding in Japan, earthquakes in Indonesia to volcanic eruptions in Guatemala, 2018 was one of the most affected years by natural disasters in history. Thousands of people lost their lives as a result of these calamities while others were left homeless.
Over the past decade or so it has become clear that financial literacy is as important as, if not more important than, ever before. That is a primary reason a wide variety of financial literacy programs have been established in recent years.
Understanding your financial status and living within your means can help you to live a healthier, happier and maybe more prosperous life. Below we will run through essential techniques you can use to improve your financial literacy.
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