FINANCIAL LITERACY IS JUST NOT THAT COMPLICATED – TRUST ME!

It is estimated the lack of financial literacy, cost Americans ~ $300 billion in 2018, or three Bill Gates’ fortunes. While financial literacy is not rocket science, 63% of Americans are considered "financially illiterate."  People who are financially illiterate have difficulty applying financial decision-making skills to every day real-life situations.  SO WHAT EXACTLY IS FINANCIAL LITERACY? Financial literacy is understanding all aspects of money, such as: taxes, savings, paying bills, retirement, budgeting, paying for ...

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PART 2: DISABILITY INSURANCE RESTRICTIONS AND HOW MUCH $$$ INSURANCE IS NEEDED {CONTINUED FROM: PART 1: INSURANCE SHOULD BE NO MORE OF AN OPTION THAN EMPLOYMENT!}

If I could have one ”do over” insurance decision, I would have purchased personal/private short and long-term disability insurance, in my 20’s.  Recently I became one of the 40% of Americans with a chronic illness and applied for short and long term disability insurance. I discovered several loopholes and “20-foot concrete, steel-reinforced walls/barriers”, depending solely on and Employer Sponsored Disability Insurance Policy!  RISK FACTORS Majority of you face the strong likelihood you will work for several ...

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