It's time to get together, talk about money, figure out your finances, and get on track. These five lesson plans are designed to get you thinking about values, spending habits, investments, and how money affects relationships.

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Investing simply means putting your money to work so it can make more money for you. For most people, investing is not only prudent it’s a necessity.

Do you invest? You don’t need to be debt free to put money into investments. There are many different ways you can go about investing. This includes putting money into stocks, bonds, mutual funds and real estate, to name just a few.

This lesson will help you understand the importance of knowing your personal investing needs. You’ll also learn about some of the most common types of investments. You will complete a saving and investing quiz to assess your current knowledge, and also participate in researching the most common types of investments available.

Video #4 - Investing