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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It’s always encouraging to see people are stepping up and paying off large amounts of debt.⠀
I am still on my journey to get on the other side of debt and I’m honored that Personal Finance Junkie has featured my story of how I paid off $13,000 of credit card … Read More
As a high schooler in St. Kitts, I watched my family’s home go from architectural blueprint to construction and then completion. That experience allowed me to see how; physics and technical drawing (architectural drawing by hand) could come together to result in a tangible, physical engineered structure. After this experience, … Read More
This post if part of the Financial Information Month 2016: Student Loan Series. During the Month of October, I will be sharing information about Caribbean Studnet Loans, stories from borrowers and highlighting the missed opportunities to address the current issues with Student Loan System in the Eastern Caribbean.
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