Awhile back I wrote about being bad with money. My argument was that no one is bad with money — if you want to learn and get better, you CAN do it.
Today I want to talk about something similar — being bad at math.
Think about this — if you believe that you don’t like or aren’t good at math, what are the chances you’ll like and be good at personal finance?
And the same with your kids. If they hear you say this or worse, they say it themselves, how likely is it that they’ll be rockstars with their money later in life? I’d say slim.
Here are three questions to consider.