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04/28/2009

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It's a great idea to require financial education, but even people who aren't in school should know that it's easy to learn. All you need is a book that covers the basics of financial literacy, like one of the Suze Orman books or Babe Lincoln's book, "How to Make Money and Lose Weight." ( http://www.extremeink.com/babe/peek.htm ) Once you know how to look at a page of small print and find the one or two things that are important to read, you'll be able to make informed decisions and avoid unpleasant surprises. It would be unfortunate if a requirement for financial literacy education in school had the effect of making other people feel that they can't understand the subject without a high school diploma or a college degree.

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There are many students who do not have finance for higher studies and due to this they have to left there studies in middle. You have shared the very good and informative post. Keep posting the nice work.

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