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The is a recordng from the hishermoneytalk show that breaks down important steps to overcome financial stress and anxiety.

To get in contact with the host call 347-478-7369 or email hishercredit@gmail.com

MBwebe Ishangi
26 Views · 9 months ago

⁣Summer’s almost here and as parents, we’re looking for activities for our kids.

While there’s football, basketball, and other camps, it got me to thinking… Why not a Financial Literacy Camp?

If your kids, grandkids, nieces and nephews, are between ages 14 to 25, they are beginning their lifelong relationship with money.

Fact is, although we will need money our entire adult lives, we’ve never had an understanding of how it really works.

And unfortunately we’ve handed this same mindset down just as it was passed down to us thinking we have to exchange time to work for money
while at the same time hoping to keep a job long enough to acquire the basics of life: a home, car, and enough to eventually retire.

To resolve this, from June 11-30th I will be conducting a 4-Cycle Financial Literacy Boot Camp Course for ages 14 to 25 that will teach our young people financial strategies on how to have money work for them instead of the other way around.

For full details and even see the curriculum, go to https://bit.ly/40odEiV

Start your child's future now with the perfect gift that will keep on giving: learning how to live off their savings and investments!

I look forward to teaching how to make money work for them instead of the other way around.


Wishing you Health and Well(th)!




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