Personal Finances 101 Textbook: None. Course will be based on online essays and materials. Instructor: Mba Mbulu

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Class #10

Steps Toward Personal Financial Triumph

Some Additional Pointers

This is the final class of this course. Managing your finances is as simple as you want it to be. None of the information in this course requires a genius to figure it out. However, it does require a person who is independent, strong willed and resourceful enough to establish a spending plan and stick to it.

In this class I will mention some additional pointers and do an extremely brief review of what we have covered. As simple as all of this information is, I hope you will review all of the classes at least one more time before you abandon this course and sit in on another class offered by ASET University.

Some Additional Pointers

(1) Preliminate avoidable expenses. Merely by doing a little bit of work during your spare time or by making an intelligent purchasing decision early on, you can pre-eliminate some expenses.
(2) Maintain payment receipts for at least three years, whether you are dealing with a business, government agency or whatever. The values that drive this country are business oriented. If a business accuses you of not having paid, the law will assume the business is right unless you have proof to the contrary.
(3) Disposable Income should be invested in the development of you and your people. The best way to promote financial gains for Black individuals is to support the economic development of Black power realities. The ultimate Black power reality is Black nationalism. You need to understand your relationship to Black power and how you can contribute to its development and maturation.

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Brief Review

(1) Establish Your Income and Make Out A Budget
(2) Maintain a separate spending record, develop the ability to resist unplanned buying and recognize that businesses are not in operation to help you save money.
(3) Understand the difference between spending, consuming and investing.
(4) Your Attitude will make or break your budget. It's up to you Babe.

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