Tag Archives: financial education

Robert Kiyosaki Says Our Kids Are Being Ripped Off

Robert Kiyosaki is no stranger to the debate on education reform and what should be included in the school curriculum that is curiously absent. Do you know that our kids might among the most poorly…

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The Five Financial Goals-Financial Education

If you ever hope to attain financial independence, you have to learn more about managing your money. It is all well and good to rely upon fund managers and financial advisors when you are first starting out, but …

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The Five Financial Goals-Saving Money

Saving is another very important key to your financial success. Ideally you should be targeting a savings rate of ten percent of your net income per month…

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Monopoly Does Not Equal Financial Education

Monopoly is one board game that seems to have been around forever. In fact, its origins were in the 20th century and it took on much of its present form by 1934. It has amused countless numbers of children and adults on long snowy winter’s days. I can fondly recall…

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad…Real Deal or Rip Off?

Much has been written about the Rich Dad, Poor Dad book written by Robert Kiyosaki, some good and some quite negative. As with most books like this that tend to polarize people, there are arguments for and against the author’s point of view.

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