The Cents of Money
Your Financial Future
Your Financial Future
What captured my attention was the brand name “The Cents of Money” It just gave me this curiosity to subscribe and read more.
I just love how real Linda is when she writes about herself, her family, her mother and the financial issues. Having come from a single parent background raised by a tough mother who taught me about basic finance, I appreciate reading from Linda.
The financial lessons are very insightful and the part where she shares books to read is just awesome!! Keep up the good work Linda.
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