Life After Recession: Financial Education Can Offer an Unfair Advantage in Challenging Times

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Financial Education is an unfair advantage in challenging times. As life will become more expensive due to increases in taxes, debt, inflation and retirement; financial education can offer unfair advantages not available to other people. Since it is the lack of financial education that got people into this crisis, it is financial education that can lead them out. People can change by changing the way they think and what they study. Rich Dad Hawaii is hosting the CASHFLOW Challenge competition using an educational board game to teach financial education in a fun environment on April 10, 2010.

“The key to a rich life is financial literacy and knowledge. Let the official CASHFLOW Clubs bring out the financial genius in you.” – Robert Kiyosaki

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In today's economic upheaval, as the rules of money are changing, many people are seeking new ways to manage the current market conditions and survive in these challenging times. The problem is not lack of information in news publications, on TV, the internet, radio, or podcasts. Rather, the issue is how to discern which information we should pay attention to, and which to ignore. How to tell good advice from bad advice? The information is there, but how to make sense of it? In this context, knowledge is the new money. This is why - now more than ever - financial education is needed.

To empower and inspire more people to increase their financial intelligence and take charge of their financial futures, Rich Dad Hawaii is sponsoring the CASHFLOW® Challenge for the community in Hawaii on April 10, 2010. This fun, fast paced educational event will use the CASHFLOW® game to teach basic principles of accounting, finance, and investing all at the same time and make the learning experience fun.

Dubbed “Monopoly on Steroids“ by USA Today, the CASHFOW ® Game was developed by Rich Dad, Poor Dad author and multi-millionaire Robert Kiyosaki in 1996 to help teach people how to get out of the ‘rat race’ and onto the fast track.

Participants in the April 10th event will increase their financial IQ as they play the game three times during the event, and learn how the five financial IQs can help you solve any money problem you face. The winner of the CASHFLOW® game tournament will receive a $1000 cash prize.

More information about the Rich Dad Hawaii CASHFLOW® Challenge on April 10, 2010 can be found at

BIO: Rich Dad Hawaii was founded in November, 2008 by Javier and Lee Ann Del Carpio, Rich Dad Hawaii and Rich Woman Hawaii Entrepreneurs and Real Estate Investors and 1031 Exchangers. Their mission is to inspire people to create new realities by increasing their financial intelligence. They achieve their mission by offering financial education through 10 active CASHFLOW® Clubs throughout the state of Hawaii.

Financial Education Event
When: Saturday, April 10, 2010
Where: Nuuanu Nichiren Temple, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
Register Online:
Registration questions: richdadhawaii(at)gmail(dot)com
Event phone: (808) 781-5080

1st GRAND PRIZE: $1,000 CA$H

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Javier Del Carpio
Rich Dad Hawaii
PR phone (808) 780-9055


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