Wondering how you can better manage your finances so you will be able to cope with emergencies and catastrophes like Covid-19? With a lot of time on your hands, you can learn about finance and investment right in the comfort of your home.
According to the S&P Global FinLit Survey, only 33 percent of adults worldwide understands how the money system works. Becoming financially literate will help you make informed financial decisions and choices – from saving to making wise investments, like buying your first home, acquiring real estate or planning your retirement.
If you’ve been thinking about investing, but were too busy to study the ins and outs of making your hard-earned money grow, now is the perfect time to learn the basics and work your way up to becoming a well-informed and educated investor.
There are plenty of available resources online to suit your needs and requirements. Here are some of our recommendations:
Start your journey to personal finance — saving, budgeting and everything else in between. This TED Talks episode provides insightful perspectives and practical advice to help you face your financial situation realistically.
Personal Finance by Purdue University on EDX
Effectively manage your finances and make better financial decisions by learning about the time value of money, insurance, the basics of stock markets and investments and the wise use of credit.
Real Estate Investment by Entrepreneur.com
From evaluating residential real estate opportunities to identifying and mitigating investment risks and evaluating property deals, the Real Estate Investment Master Class Bundle by Entrepreneur.com will kickstart your foray into the lucrative world of real estate investment.