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Finance For Dummies

Finance For Dummies offers personal finance information on investing, retirement investing, finance, insurance, credit cards, loans and more. Personal finance education is our goal.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Personal Finance Courses

If you want to learn more about personal finance taking a personal finance course is always a good idea. Scores of websites give you good information on personal finance, but sometimes having a human in front of your giving you explanations and taking questions can really benefit your finance knowledge.

Of course, you can look at those sites and go through their tutorials on personal finance and that can be helpful. But maybe check out your local community college and see if they offer personal finance classes. It is an inexpensive option and can inspire you to improve your financial knowledge. You also can find out a lot from the web in finding those that can help you. Maybe there is a personal finance club in your area or maybe you can start one to share knowledge. Search your community and you should be able to come up with some method of increasing your personal finance knowledge in a face-to-face environment.

It is great to learn on the web, but a classroom environment with instant feedback is important to gaining good personal finance knowledge.


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