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Let’s face it, folks! – we all need to be financially literate. Money matters, in your personal and business lives. Learning the skills necessary to manage your finances can’t be done by reading theory based wikipedia articles. The way those things are presented on wikipedia makes your head spin. Don’t you agree? … You need practical examples with tools that will help you understand crucial concepts so you can make informed decisions.

If you have the time and money to spend on getting a formal education, by all means, do that! Having the ability to ask face to face questions and participating in live instructor led discussions with a topic like finance is invaluable. You’ll find a list of accredited programs, offline and online, here on this website if you wanted to explore that possibility.

Believe it or not, managing your personal money and your business finances are not that much different. It may seem easier to understand something when it’s a bit personal, but applying the critical concepts you learn here or anywhere else to more complex situations is more or less the same. You just have to know the “how”. This is where the tutorials on efinancialanalysis.com will be very useful to you.

Take what you learn and personalize or customize it to your needs. Most money matters can be explored with the help of a spreadsheet. Our templates will help you with the basics. Use them to do your own thing! You can always send an email to [email protected] if you need help with anything.

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