"The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it from you."
~ B.B. King
Seeing as though the theme this year for National Consumer Protection Week is "Financial Literacy a Sound Investment," this quote couldn't be more fitting.
Investing in your financial education is a very wise thing to do.
The cost you pay to better your understanding and management of financial matters will pay for itself many times over during the course of your lifetime.
Making a small investment in your financial education today will not only save you money, but also some precious time and lots of unnecessary aggravation.
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You owe it to yourself to put your financial woes behind you.
Face it, there's no better time than now to "get smart about your credit" and invest in your financial future.
The return will be huge!