Financial Lessons For Life: Financial Literacy for the 21st Century Canadian
I’ve always wanted to write a book. If you know me, you will know that I am not short on things to say, and have an opinion about most topics in the world. It’s not because I think I know everything, or that I am a grumpy old man, but that I think I understand the human condition. I see the results of the human condition daily in the news, and living in our communities. This book is meant to apply the human condition to your financial planning.
“This book is meant to apply the human condition to your financial planning. This will be more a psychology / financial literacy book.”
This is the book for you if you graduated High School having no financial literacy, and were frustrated with the lack of preparedness the school system instills in young adults once you graduate. The goal of this book is to challenge the reader to analyze your behaviours and spending patterns. By analyzing your behaviours, you will then be armed with the right tools to understand how credit works, how taxes work, and how to keep more of your hard earned money.
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Money shouldn’t be a taboo topic. Encorage your children or grandchildern to become financially literate early.