Formal personal finance education programs in the Caribbean, are few and far between, yet the informal lessons I learned about money growing up in the region still informs the way I use it.
Here are different money lessons from my Caribbean roots.
Living Within Your Means Was Your Reality
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When I started on my own journey to pay off debt, save and invest, I binge read many personal finance books, and blogs by mostly American-born and breed experts.
Although the financial principles they shared were usually universal, there’s nothing like getting personal finance knowledge from people who share your … Read More
I am excited to share today’s guest blog post from Sidjae Price of PricelessPlanning.org. Sidjae and I, know first hand, how disconcerting it can be to adjust to a new environment, culture and school life as a teen, newly arrived in the U.S. Sidjae was kind enough to offer … Read More
Caribbean women are reaching new heights. As a group, they are experiencing increased rates of higher education attainment and entrance into professional leadership roles, in the government and private sectors. And like their foremothers, creating businesses, while managing financial responsibilities to themselves and their families.
Over on the Secret Birds … Read More
Canada is the host of many Caribbean international students and I am excited to share this scholarship opportunity that is available for both American (U.S. residents are considered International Students for Canadian universities) and Caribbean International Students.
The $235,000 in awards is made up of three scholarship awards to attend … Read More