6 Financial Tips For Young Adults.

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There are so many things I wish I knew when I was younger! Today I have a few financial tips for young adults that will be sure to help you along the way.

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Learning personal finance while you are young, will greatly benefit your life in the future!!💪🏼 great video

Author — LoganLaj


i love your video!!! this really help me i’m 18 years old and i’m from Chile🇨🇱

Author — Martin Muñoz


Love watching your video and your tips.

Author — joan crutchfield


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Author — Hm Comps


My highschool in the USA had a finance class for seniors. Most people took it. I was only at that school junior year and my German school didn't offer it :/ we did have a "mock business week, where we had to design a product and also decide which products of the conpany to produce/which machines to buy etc etc. I learned from that week that it doesn't matter what you do, you just need to be able to sell it to people (in this case "stockholders")
We had 3 teams. One team ended up with +5 million another +1million and my team ended u p with -5million. Nontheless, when it came to presenting our results, both other teams got "fired" by the stockholders cause they weren't able to present their very positive results. My team on thr other hand didn't get fired cause we managed to present our absolute failure in a super positive way. We didn't lie per se, but we focussed on the tiny good stuff a lot more than on the big bad stuff.

Author — Alex Krause


Question for ya on IRA’s, I opened a rawth IRA at a credit union thinking it’d be a good retirement fund since none of my jobs have offered anything for retirement and I’m almost 20. They’ve contributed a whopping 35 CENTS in the 1.5 years I’ve had it even though I continue to contribute $ to it. What’s a good retirement plan that’s not job dependent that would be more been beneficial than just a savings or rawth IRA?

Author — Rebecca Reeves


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Author — Charity Knowles


Do not use your phone for online banking.

Author — Rachel Weiland