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About: The mission of Financial IQ by Susie Q is to provide clear, practical, unbiased information to help people, Millennials in particular, make better financial decisions. My goal is to help you avoid financial mistakes. As one of my friends said, “Can you imagine how much less painful the 2008-2010 period would have been if everyone had understood their financial decisions?"
Year Started: 2018
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How to Read Stock ChartsApril 6, 2021
Reducing Risk with an AnnuityMarch 23, 2021
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