About FangWallet: FangWallet is a personal finance community-driven blog designed to make those type of questions obsolete in the 21st century with helpful curated responses from everyday personal finance regulars within the community. FangWallet was created to make financial knowledge easy-to-read and accessible to the masses.
Not everyone needs to major in finance or accounting in order to learn the best practices to building wealth. FangWallet was designed to be inclusive and offer advice ranging from all skill levels, beginner, intermediate, and expert, for any questions regarding personal finance.
Year Started: 2020
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