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Money should never be the center of our lives. Faith, family, and relationships are always more important. But if we let our bad money habits get in the way,  the things we hold dear may suffer. So every little bit of knowledge and action towards how to manage finances helps. Watch this space for finance in layman language. Subscribe to the RSS so you won’t miss a thing!

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  4. abel says

    Financial matters are hard to teach to children, only unless that our children see that we are living our principles in real life, that is the only way they could learn the virtue having financial plans. and I think schools should contribute in teaching financial literacy, bt the problem is..school way of teaching about money is to work hard for the money.and they dont teach saving /investing



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