People think that understanding money is hard. Some people associate it with maths at school and automatically have a mental block when they look at their finances. Algebra at school involved complicated formulas, whereas money only requires you to add up, subtract, divide and multiply. All of this can be done on a calculator. The first step in learning about money is to believe that you are great at managing your own finances.
Karen Fernandez is a mother, accountant, property investor and writer who likes to motivate others to find happiness by reaching their full potential.