Would You Pay $12 a month to learn how to manage your money?

Roxas, Philippines
October 26, 2015 5:55pm CST
Are you managing your personal finances effectively? Do you know how much do you need have as investment when you retire? Do you have a savings plan already? Do you know that your money could grow even when you sleep? If you answer no to these questions, would you like to learn how to? Are you willing to pay $12 a month in order to learn these things? I am.
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@wiLLmaH (8252)
• Singapore, Singapore
29 Oct 15
Join a mastermind group. It is free, easy and fun. :)
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• Roxas, Philippines
29 Oct 15
hmmm where can I find one?
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@wiLLmaH (8252)
• Singapore, Singapore
29 Oct 15
@jrlcentral I hope that site help. They have facebook group. You can joun there. :)
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• Roxas, Philippines
29 Oct 15
@wiLLmaH I'll check it out.. thanks.
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@FourWalls (13680)
• United States
27 Oct 15
Here's what I would do instead: 1. Put that $12 in a savings account every month. At the end of the year I'd have $120, plus interest. 2. Go to the library and check out books on money management for free.
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• Roxas, Philippines
27 Oct 15
Ahh... see. That's what I learned... putting the money in the savings account will earn only about 2% per year (at least here in the Philippines). Out of this 12 dollars a month, I learned where to invest my money that so far gained me about 15% after 2 months... and it's all legal. and it gained while I'm doing something else. :D
@marlina (73887)
• Canada
26 Oct 15
No interest in paying anyone a penny. I know very well how to take care of my money.
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• United States
13 Nov 15
I have not needed a financial consultant since step-dad and mom went into their own business of doing so at the same time being that I learned how to think, which also includes how to manage my own finances, rather than what to think (what others think I should do), I would answer your question with a resounding no but thank you for sharing.