We are not finance gurus (not yet), but we know how it feels to be a broke business man or a professional who is stuck in the desire realm, with no money to make magic happen. We are committed to mastering the art of making money, we think you should too. 

Educating yourself about finances is crucial for achieving financial stability and making informed decisions about your money. Fortunately, there are numerous resources available to help you learn about personal finance. We have done the work for you, here are some key resources that we’ve found, this listicle will get you started:

Reading preserves a wealth of knowledge, read books on personal finance: There are many books written by financial experts that cover a wide range of topics, from budgeting and saving to investing and retirement planning. Some popular ones include “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki, “The Total Money Makeover” by Dave Ramsey, and “The Intelligent Investor” by Benjamin Graham.

Research Online Courses: Various platforms offer online courses on personal finance topics. Websites like Coursera, Udemy, and Khan Academy have courses on budgeting, investing, and financial planning. Some courses may be free, while others may require a fee.

Make financial websites and blogs your best pals: There are numerous websites and blogs dedicated to personal finance. Websites like Investopedia, The Balance, and NerdWallet provide articles, guides, and tools to help you understand financial concepts and make informed decisions.

We love Podcasts, you can ulitise anywhere: Podcasts are an excellent way to learn about finance while on the go. There are plenty of podcasts that cover personal finance, investing, and money management. Some popular ones include “The Dave Ramsey Show,” “ChooseFI,” and “BiggerPockets Money.”

Who doesn’t like You Tube – Subscribe to Financial YouTube Channels: Many financial experts and educators create informative content on YouTube. Channels like “The Financial Diet,” “Graham Stephan,” and “The Minority Mindset” offer valuable insights on managing finances.

We are blessed with Friends, who scrunch our numbers, you certainly need Financial Advisors and Planners: If you prefer personalized guidance, consider consulting a financial advisor or planner. They can help you create a customized financial plan based on your goals and circumstances.

Follow HashTags on Social Media : Search for finance-related hashtags like #Finance, #Investing, #PersonalFinance, or #StockMarket. You can also search for specific terms like “financial tips” or “money management.” Accounts that post about finance, investing, and money-saving tips often use hashtags like #FinanceTips, #FinancialFreedom

Community Workshops and Seminars: Keep an eye out for local workshops and seminars on personal finance. Banks, community centers, and financial institutions sometimes offer these events for free.

Financial Forums and Communities: Joining online forums or communities focused on personal finance can be a great way to learn from others’ experiences and ask questions.

Finally , digitalise your finance, download Financial Apps and Tools: There are various mobile apps and online tools designed to help you manage your finances better. Some popular ones include Mint, Personal Capital, and YNAB (You Need a Budget).

Remember, the key to financial education is consistency and application. Take the time to learn and apply the principles you gather from these resources to improve your financial situation and secure your future.

We are rooting for you.

Which tips did you find helpful?  


Written by: arianadiaries

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