It’s Financial Literacy Month! Check out these Personal Finance Video Blogs

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Steve at Money Plan SOS has been doing an awesome series of videos for Financial Literacy Month. Here is Steve telling a little more about it:

April is National Financial Literacy Month, that time of year we set aside a few minutes to learn how money really works and apply new-found lessons to our financial lives.

This year I have gathered together with over a dozen Personal Finance Bloggers to promote financial literacy with 2-minute videos about a variety of topics such as Kids & Money, Roth IRA, or what do you do with a room that has no room?

I was featured on the April 12th video, and my topic was the time value of clipping coupons. Take a look here and leave a comment and let me know what you think!!

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  • http://www.shferguson.com/ Shannon Ferguson

    I love the video! And very good advice. Thank you for taking the time to share.

  • http://thecreditdude.net/2012/03/charged-off-now-what/ Charged Off Chuck

    I think coupons are a wast of time.  I prefer using off brands and cooking for my self like you mentioned.  On thing that saves me a ton of cash is picking up hamburger from the local butcher early in the morning when they clear out the old burger.  I save %70.00 on a lb of burger. 

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