Comment on April is National Financial Literacy Month by Allan Liwanag @ The Practical Saver.
This is a great post. One of the things that I do is share my personal finance stories (ie.g. paying off debt and becoming debt-free, investing and growing my money). I like sharing stories because I feel that they’re more personable and a lot of people can relate. I know there are a lot of people I know who are in the same boat as I am. I share to them what I know, the lessons I learned as I go through my financial life, and what I’ve accomplished.
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