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Hi, I’m Douglas, thanks for visiting the blog. I’m passionate about helping folks understand how live a financially stable life.

Personal finance is about meeting personal financial goals, whether it’s having enough for short-term financial needs, planning for retirement, or saving for your child’s college education.It all depends on your income, expenses, living requirements, and individual goals and desires—and coming up with a plan to fulfill those needs within your financial constraints.Of course, we can’t help tooting our own horn in this category. Investopedia offers a wealth of free personal finance 

Personal Finance Education Through the Library

You may need to visit your library in person to get a library card, but after that, you can check out personal finance audiobooks and eBooks online without leaving home. Some of these bestsellers may be available from your local library: “I Will Teach You to Be Rich,”
“The Millionaire Next Door,” “Your Money or Your Life,” and “Rich Dad Poor Dad.” Personal finance classics like “Personal Finance for Dummies,” “The Total Money Makeover,” “The Little Book of Common Sense Investing,” and “Think and Grow Rich” are also available as audio books.  

Free Online Personal Finance Classes

If you enjoy the structure of lessons and quizzes, try one of these free digital personal finance courses:

Morningstar’s Investing Classroom offers a place for beginning and experienced investors alike to learn about stocks, funds, bonds, and portfolios. Some of the courses you’ll find there include “Stocks Versus Other Investments,” “Methods for Investing in Mutual Funds,” “Determining Your Asset Mix,” and “Introduction to Government Bonds.” Each course takes about 10 minutes and is followed by a quiz to help you make sure you understood the lesson