Money Advisors

If there is anything I regret about my early education is that financial literacy was something which was always taken for granted. Our parents never talked about it and neither did our teachers. We were taught that graduation meant good jobs and good money. There was nothing mentioned about what to do with the money. As the banking system got more complex, it became easier to get money — on credit if need be. We could indulge. Tomorrow was another day… to pay.

And pay we did.. at increasingly high interest rates.

You don’t need to be an expert analyst to be able to manage your family’s finances. Enter the role of money/financial advisors. Previously catering mostly to high net worth individuals, there are now many financial advisors out there who address the concerns of those with money problems.

The internet literally holds a wealth of information. Just seach the web and you will find sites such as Capital One Canada which help people understand their credit and debt: hold to maximize the former and minimize the latter. For those just starting out, it pays to be informed of the various low interest credit cards out in the market: be able to ask questions and ascertain which products best suit your needs. What I also found to be quite interesting is the information about canadian secured credit cards which are geared towards helping people build and/or rebuild their credit.

So what are you waiting for? Make today the start of your financial education! =)

Motherhood has a very humanizing effect. Everything gets reduced to essentials. ~Meryl Streep

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One Response

  1. It was very nice to Visit your Great Blog !
    Thanks for the Opportunity to learn more About Debt ,Credit And CreditCards From You! 21 century the CreditCrads Era!!

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