FiscalLiteracy.com – Personal Finance Resources
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FiscalLiteracy.com was created with one goal in mind.
“To help educate and empower people to take control of their personal finances by providing clear, concise easy to understand information, resources, facts and advice on a variety of financial topics.”
It is our hope that FiscalLiteracy.com becomes a trusted resource for you to work on increasing your financial literacy on a variety of personal finance topics.
Nothing is more important than each of us taking control of our personal finances. We cannot rely on someone else to make our decisions for us. We need to accept the responsibility for our actions and the outcomes of our lives. We believe this is great news for all of us. No one has a more vested interest in the outcome of our lives than we do.
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Our increased financial knowledge will help educate and empower us to make informed financial decisions that impact every area of our lives. Our increased financial literacy will help us understand the recommendations of the financial experts that we seek out for additional advice and input with our personal finances.
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