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Sometimes, improving your financial situation is just a matter of knowing how. The internet has made it easier than ever to learn almost anything, including how to deal with your finances. If you feel lost when it comes to your finances or simply feel you don’t know as much as you could, check out these free resources:
 

Dave Ramsey  

As a radio personality and best-selling author, Dave Ramsey has become a big name in the personal finance world. His “7 Baby Steps” outlines an easy to understand method to help you get out of debt and start creating wealth.
 

Practical Money Skills 

This website has a wide variety of articles and resources to help with all sorts of financial situations. From calculators to videos, you will most likely be able to find something useful here.
 

Mint 

In recent years, Mint has become an increasingly popular money management tool. You can check your credit score, create and view your budget, see how much you’re spending all in one place. They even have an app!
 

Free Online Classes

Most online learning centers have free personal finance courses. Try the Introduction to Managing Your Personal Finance Debts course from Alison, or Coursera’s Personal and Family Financial Planning course.
 
With so many options, learning how to manage your finances has never been easier. If you would prefer face-to-face instruction, many adult schools and credit counselors offer education for free or a minimal cost.


By: Alecia Stanton



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