Financial illiteracy is expensive. In other words, the more you don’t know about money and credit, the more it will cost you down the line.
To that end, The Rainbow PUSH Coalition and the Citizenship Education Fund launched the Financial Empowerment Series, sponsored by Chevrolet, a free event to teach money management best practices.
The Financial Empowerment Series took place at Rainbow PUSH headquarters in Chicago over the weekend. The Chicago workshop marked the end of a successful three-city tour that included Detroit and Atlanta.
View the gallery for 5 Things Rich People do to Stay Rich gleaned from the Chicago event.
Photos: Dawgelene Sangster.
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