Why Everyone needs a Financial Education

70 minutes

Do you understand compound interest? What is the Rule of 72? When should I start saving and investing? Great questions. A good financial education can help to answer these questions and more! In this show, financial advisor and educator, Jorick Gaines with WealthWave, Inc. discusses the importance of having a good financial education--he calls it financial literacy--and why everyone needs it.  Jorick discusses the content of financial education and answers your questions about financial matters.  His advice works for people in all income categories and age groups. Join Ben and Marlene as they ask both easy and complex questions--and get clear and helpful answers.  This show can jumpstart your financial education. Let's get started. 

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