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About: School teaches us everything from the various Capitals of the world to advanced calculus but never touches upon the one thing everyone needs to deal with… MONEY! Normally, you need to figure out everything from taxes to investing to budgeting on your own. But that’s where Financial Pupil comes in. Offering easy to implement and relatable advice, Financial Pupil’s purpose is to help educate you about everything money-related so that finance can be fun and exciting for you.
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