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The Unimportance of Money

Unimportance of Money
Financial education leads to an address on this street.

Once in a while, something clever comes out of just about everybody’s mouth. Even mine.

A few weeks ago, I was driving my daughter somewhere when the subject of money came up. As most seven-year-olds are, she is eager to please (most of the time), and she knows that I spend a lot of time reading and learning about money and investments. I don’t remember exactly how the conversation went up to that point, but she said, with all the gravity she could muster, “We have to learn about money because it’s so important.”

Without thinking, I answered with what I think was some pretty good fatherly advice: “The reason we have to learn about money is because it is so unimportant.”

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