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April is Financial Literacy Month and there is no better time than right now to get your finances in order and take a few moments to educate yourself and those close to you about personal finance.
Since personal finance is well, personal sometimes it is difficult for us to look past what others may think of our knowledge, or lack there of when it comes to debt, saving and budgeting. Know that it's okay to talk about debt, that there are resources out there, and being financially literate starts with you.
This month I am celebrating financial literacy by sharing some excellent advice from some of my fellow personal finance bloggers. Each one shares a unique perspective that I am sure you will appreciate, and definitely learn from!
In Honor of Financial Literacy Month: Back to Basics @FreeFromBroke "It seems unnecessary to go back to basics; after all, many of us feel like we have the basics down pat. However, no matter how advanced we think we are in the world of finances, it never hurts to have a refresher on the responsible use of money."
Suzanne is a certified credit counselor and a Social Media Specialist for CareOne Debt Relief Services. Suzanne writes for Divorce, Debt and Finances and A Straight Talk on Debt. Follow Suzanne on Twitter @SuzanneCramer1 and @AskCareOne where she shares her insights on divorce and managing your finances.