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Financial Education: Why Do Schools Not Teach About Wealth Creation?

I never knew about sales, business or investment until I got married and had a kid. If I had known about them when I was younger, I would’ve ventured into it probably even while I was in college. 543 more words


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Do you want to know about the coolest financial inclusion startups in the world and how they work? Or the entrepreneurs behind these startups and how they got off the ground? 421 more words

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Taking steps to get your debt under control in 2016 involves creating a plan to get rid of your debt. Each month, you’ll need to make minimum payments on all of your debts, as well as a larger payment on one of the debts. 382 more words

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How many of you save change at home ? I bet nearly everybody in one way or another. Giant empty whisky bottles, piggy banks, terramundi pots, tins, jars……….the list is endless. 431 more words

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Buried Alive: My Payday Loan Nightmare

I am a Pay Day Loan survivor.

I was unemployed for six-months after I graduated with my undergraduate degree in journalism. I didn’t have a penny to my name after graduating, so I moved from Albany, NY back to my parent’s farm in a rural, country town.   1,188 more words


Business innovation crash course for students

For the past year, I’ve been delivering a financial education course into second level schools across Ireland. At first, all of the content was only available through a learning management platform but more recently, I expanded the ways in which teachers could access it. 335 more words

Your Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Every taxpayer has a set of fundamental rights. The “Taxpayer Bill of Rights” takes the many existing rights in the tax code and groups them into ten categories. 435 more words

Howard Lipset