Start a Money Club: Fun Money Friday

start a money club

Saving, investing, and educating yourself about finance can be lonely and boring if you go it alone. Unfortunately, too many people try to tackle money issues without support and end up giving up because they’re bored or because they aren’t getting any validation for their efforts. Sure, if you’re an introvert you may prefer to go it alone, but even then a little interaction with like-minded people can be fun and lead to new discoveries. If you want to share your journey with other people, you can start (or join) a money club.

Starting a club about money doesn’t have to be a big deal. You don’t need officers or rules. All you need is a group of willing people a

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2 Responses to Start a Money Club: Fun Money Friday

  1. gina says:

    What is the best way to go about finding other people that would be interested in forming a club like this?

  2. Greg says:

    I was part of a group like this for awhile. I came across it from a flyer on my local library bulletin board, so that would seem to be a good way to find other like-minded people.

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