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Money Management Lessons From a Teenage Entrepreneur

When I was in eighth grade, I started working at a pizzeria, owned by a local friend in Seattle. It was not long after that I received my first paycheck.


Monday Musing: Why I write this blog.


When I decided to start writing this blog there was always one question everyone asked me. Why? Why do you want to write about finances… 674 more words

The Next Generation of Microfinance Professionals

> Posted by Jeffrey Riecke, Communications Associate, CFI

As you’re here on the CFI Blog, you’re likely familiar with microfinance. But was this the case back when you were in school? 327 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Employee Financial Wellness

Believe it or not, you’re employees’ financial health affects your company’s bottom line. Finances can stress and distract employees to the point that your productivity, safety and even healthcare costs are affected. 298 more words

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Financial education in schools, problem 1

Alongside English I also teach students economics and personal finance. Mostly to high school students, but I’m likely going to start with younger kids next year as well. 809 more words



Firstly, this post is not meant to undermine or demoralize the “poor”, its only an eye-opener educating us about what make the poor, poor. Thus should not be seen abusive. 955 more words

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Should You Be Buying Gold?

It’s a known fact that when central banks print more of their paper money, it’s usually bullish for the yellow metal. We saw this after 2009, when the Federal Reserve started to print more paper money; gold bullion prices skyrocketed. 335 more words

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