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What personal finance lessons have you learned so far?
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We constantly learn good and bad personal finance lessons, from the example of our parents, with the choices we make and even with the experiences of friends and neighbors. But...

  • How to know if what you've learned and practice is good or bad?
  • Is there a better way to accomplish what you're looking for?

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What personal finance lessons have you learned so far?

Personal finance range from simple topics like: savings and pay your debts on time to more complex issues like life insurance and borrow money to buy your house.

Remember: the worst question is the one that never has been asked and the most useless lesson is the one that never has been taught.

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