The Importance of Financial Education
Some people think that money doesn’t matter to them, however the truth is – it does, or it should. Our livelihood is connected to it. Money doesn’t have to consume you, but it’s something you should be knowledgeable about and aware of.
Finances are stressful and some of that stress is due to lack of understanding. Credit cards, student loans, secured versus unsecured loans, emergency funds, retirement funds…the list goes on. There are so many options and rates- yet they all present themselves as being the best. So how do you know? A lot of Americans are not financially prepared for an emergency and building that savings accounts can be intimidating. Student loans – pay-off options, should you consolidate, etc. – there are so many choices to make and options to choose from. How do you know what’s best for your financial future? And will what’s best work with your current income and situation?
Finances quickly become overwhelming which can cause people to avoid them- causing more stress. The goal of this blog is to encourage a different route. We want to answer your financial questions, and hear what content and topics you are interested in! Follow our social media platforms to connect with us.