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Financial Literacy: Bringing Financial Education in More Schools

If you are like me, you feel strongly about having more financial literacy in our schools. Many of us have learned about money and its importance for our own autonomy but a lot of times the hard way. We can prevent the hardships we have gone through and improve the financial education for future generations if it is included more often in the school curriculum. In this episode, Yanely Espinal, also known as MissBeHelpful, is a financial educator and Director of Educational Outreach at the nonprofit Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF.org).Yanely shares her upbringing and experiences/lessons she has had around money and led her to piling $20k in credit card debt. She also shares the impact that she wants to have and leave as a financial educator as well as  her projection on how millennials will be in their 50s/60s financially in comparison to Gen X’ers and baby boomers. What you'll learn about in today's episode: Yanely’s story of piling up $20k in credit card debt and led her to that What led her to become a financial educator Learn which  states have financial education in their curriculum For a quick recap of this episode go to http://www.jenhemphill.com/304   “Financially Strong Latina” is back! Grab your spot for this virtual series event. REGISTRATION OPEN! (IT’S FREE) www.financiallystronglatina.com   Want to get social? Let’s connect more on Instagram @jenhemphill   Grab your copy of My Daily Dinero Ritual and increase your money confidence here: https://jenhemphill.com/dinero   For all of those financially strong women who want to keep learning and taking control of their finances. Financially Strong Circle, learn more here: http://www.jenhemphill.com/membership   The post, Financial Literacy: Bringing Financial Education in More Schools| HDM 304  appeared first on the Her Dinero Matters Podcast.

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