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Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together by Erin LowryWhat are the best ways to improve your financial literacy? Whether you live for elaborate investment maneuvers and tax-shielding strategies or have a hard time distinguishing ETFs from HSAs, it’s important to both know the basics and learn the resources that help you make financial decisions with the best information.
If you’re already an expert at the art of the short squeeze, you are likely financially literate and should focus on the best investment apps and analysis tools. For those for whom money matters aren’t exactly their strong suit, understanding the basics is absolutely essential if they hope to achieve major goals such as buying a home or building an adequate retirement fund.
Fortunately, there is no shortage of resources that can help take your financial know-how to a new level. We’re partial to a certain finance website, of course, but the reality is that there is any number of tools that are worth your while. Here are some of the places you’ll want to explore first.
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