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How to Manage Your Money

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Money management is a misunderstood topic. In fact, we can probably all agree that the word “manage” is a misunderstood topics as is the word “money”. So when we put the two together, there is no possible way it becomes any easier to understand. “Manage” at its root means “to handle”. Money means “coinage or metal currency”. When we put these together we get to handle coinage or metal currency. The fact is, we don’t use coins or metal currency any longer. We use paper, plastic cards, and digital transactions. So money management would mean “to handle paper, plastic, or digital currency”. A fact is that control = income so the more we control or “handle” our money, the more income we will have. My job is to help you make money, keep it, and multiply it so it is important to me that you understand how to handle your money.

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