Personal Finance Lessons You Wish You Had Learned in School – Part I

Did you know that the number one cause of stress is money? According to several studies, more people worry about money compared to health, family, work or relationships. This is true regardless of age, citizenship, gender or educational attainment. Although financial stress is expected among low income families, it is puzzling to note that even high income households and highly-skilled professionals still do worry about money. A diploma on a prestigious university is never a guarantee of wealth.

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Why You Should Invest in the Stock Market

Putting your money on a low interest savings account is not such a good idea especially if you have big financial goals such as buying a house, sending your kids to college or saving for retirement.  The only way to get more money is to make your money work for you by investing it.  Investments will generate more money for you in the future through interests and price appreciation.  In other words, you invest to create wealth.Read More »