Money comes and money goes. This is a truth Retirement Yenta knows. With that in mind, dear Readers, your dear Yenta would like to recommend that you manage your wealth…no matter how large or small. Money management is not taught in grades k-college. Parents cannot be counted on for teaching it either, because most don’t understand it themselves. This little Yenta believes the best way to understand wealth management is to educate yourself. Buy a subscription to the Wall Street Journal. Listen to (or watch if you so wish) CNBC. Check out courses in finance on iTunes U…you can find courses from Yale, Duke, and other great institutions for free! Retirement Yenta says: Get out there and educate yourself. Know where your money is, and what it is doing at all times. Think of yourself as an overly protective parent for your money. If you take care of it now, it can take care of you in the future!