Embrace the April 2015 Call to Action (You Could Win $100!)

Embrace the April 2015 Call to Action (You Could Win $100!)

April showers bring May ... money superstars!

Wait, that’s not how the saying goes.

But we think it should—seeing as we’re celebrating National Financial Literacy Month throughout April by serving up content aimed at increasing your money IQ.


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To help kick off four weeks of financial literacy this spring, we’re curious to know about the money lessons you wish you’d learned sooner.

So inquiring financial minds want to know ...

If you had the chance to hit the refresh button on one financial mistake from your past, what would it be?

Maybe you’d go back in time and stop carelessly swiping your credit card in college—and save yourself from having to allocate a big portion of your current paycheck to debt repayment.

Or perhaps you would have flexed your negotiation skills to secure a better salary when you accepted that first job.

Whatever it is, we want to hear about it in the comments below—and you’ll be entered for a chance to win $100! And be sure to use your e-mail address when you comment—it won’t be visible to other users—so we can notify you should you win.

Open only to legal residents of the 50 states and the District of Columbia who are at least 18 years old as of the date of entry. Premium users are not eligible. Contest running from April 2, 2015, through April 23, 2015. We will select the most compelling entry as the winner, and his or her story may be published on the site.

LearnVest Planning Services is a registered investment adviser and subsidiary of LearnVest, Inc., that provides financial plans for its clients. Information shown is for illustrative purposes only and is not intended as investment, legal or tax planning advice. Please consult a financial adviser, attorney or tax specialist for advice specific to your financial situation. LearnVest Planning Services and any third parties listed in this message are separate and unaffiliated and are not responsible for each other’s products, services or policies.


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