By Kara on Bravely Go
In my work as a money coach and financial writer, I get asked a lot of questions about money. I work with people in low to middle income backgrounds, and firmly believe that everyone should have access to financial literacy tools. It doesn’t matter if you come from money or you grew up poor; everyone needs a money plan, and everyone should had access to tools that help them create that plan.
People want to know what to do with their money; how to save it, and how to earn it. And the common thread that runs through these questions is that people feel insecure about making money decisions.
Before I started Bravely, way back when I was merely blogging about paying off my student loan debt and trying not to cry in my car every day, I began to garner a reputation among my friends for talking about money. I was always down to talk about my debt, or to talk about someone else’s. I liked sharing what I was learning…Read On