- Debit Cards
- Debit Card Quiz
- Credit Card Part 1
- Credit Card Part 2
- Credit Card Part 3
- Credit Card Quiz
- Credit Score Part 1
- Credit Score Part 2
- Credit Score Quiz
- Savings and Investing
- Savings and Investing Quiz
Ever wonder how the rich get rich?
Have you ever heard people say the financial system is rigged?
Has anyone ever told you the secrets to beating the system?
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About the instructors
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My name is Nelson B. Alvarez, CPA. I believe in providing the means, tools, and skills to all people to free them from the perils of poor money management that could plague they and their children's lives year after year. I believe in the power of interactivity and detailed knowledge and examples within my lessons as a means to give personal insight into the areas of personal finance that one may not learn until an irreversible financial mistake has been made. I hope you enjoy my lesson and please visit my website for more information on our values and philanthropic goals.
Con : Not once have I heard about a budget or debt management. I was thinking more about. I was hoping to hear about how much money should allocated in expenses, such as how much should a person be paying car insurance or put money aside from car repairs, or house repairs. Pro: It did let me think about how much money I store into savings vs checking.
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