Tag Archives: Society for Financial Awareness

Investment Basics: Where to Start

Even the least money savvy of us have a vague appreciation of investing. It seems like a good idea in the way that it would be better to eat more vegetables or learn a second language. But investing can be … Continue reading

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Make sense of your cents during Money Smart Week

When it comes to money smarts, if you don’t have sense, you’ll be left without any cents. That’s why Mentor Public Library is hosting a series of programs designed to help people learn about investing, couponing, saving for retirement and, in general, … Continue reading

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The 25 Biggest Money Mistakes People Make

We kicked off Money Smart Week with a visit from Gregory Berlin from the Society for Financial Awareness Tuesday. Berlin listed the 25 biggest mistakes people make with their money. Without further ado, they are: 25 Biggest Mistakes Procrastinating to avoid financial decisions. Having … Continue reading

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