Financial literacy will play a role in your life from the moment you reach adulthood and well into your old age. When you become financially independent, you are expected to take care of your finances yourself. The more comfortable you are with this concept, the better life you are likely to lead.As you plan for your future, you begin to think about career, travel, relationships, home, and retirement. The need to understand your finances will bleed into all of these areas in your life. A good grasp on the concept is undoubtedly going to assist you in experiencing them the way you always hoped you would.This is doubly true of budding entrepreneurs and hopeful business owners. While all financially independent adults are in control of their finances, those with entrepreneurial ambitions have much more complex financial management ahead of them. Not only the success of your business, but your mental health and wellbeing are likely to take a toll if you’re not comfortable managing your finances. Financial stress can lead to loss of sleep, fights with your spouse and a distracted mind, all of which will negatively affect your ability to run your own business.So how can you best ensure these things don’t happen?