November is Financial Literacy month  in Canada,  http://www.financialliteracymonth.ca/ 

We experience dealing with money at an early age.  From getting money from the tooth fairy, saving coins in our piggy bank and opening our first bank account with allowance or birthday money.  We also learn how to spend money quickly.  Because we have experience with money throughout our daily lives, it doesn’t mean that we have  acquired the knowledge and skills to make responsible financial decisions.  After all, money doesn’t come with instructions.

When facing divorce, it’s crucial to acknowledge what level of financial literacy you have.  Take this simple quiz to assess your financial health:

http://www.womenindivorce.ca/womenfacingdivorce/tools/checkingmyfinancialhealth.html

 

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