10 Personal Finance Rules School Doesn't Teach You

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What did you learn about personal finance in college? Credit? Investing? Money Management? Or did you only take the courses that were mandatory for you to graduate? Well, for most people these classes were more or less pointless, just like calculus, astronomy and anthropology.
In today’s video, we are going to share with you, 10 things school didn’t teach you about money.

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School doesn't prepare you for life, it prepares you for employment.

Author — O'SSÉIN

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" Money is not Everything But It ranks right up there with Oxygen "

Author — Mohib Quadri

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Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.

Author — Right Profit

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Author — Eric Worthington

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So sad I was never taught what was important such as investing, they were so focused on finding the x than teaching how to grow real wealth.

Author — Tom Gerstein

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Takeaways:
*Personal finance is the background for all financial success
*Have good savings habit..
*Reduce expences
*Have emergency fund

Author — Talking life

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Wish school taught us all this great info!

Author — Betterment Boss

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I took finance classes at the university and they didn't teach me anything useful other than working for a company :( So now I'm starting from the bottom learning finance basics and trying to achieve financial freedom as soon as I can. That's why I made this channel! We should all learn how to be a financially independent person instead of totally relying on the companies.

Author — Jade Choi - Million Dollar Challenge

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Saving money, budgeting, and having emergency funds is one of the most important.

Author — Modern Adulting

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My high school had a personal economics class required for graduation We learned about balancing a checkbook, avoiding debt, savings and investing and budgeting Now some schools lack personal finance classes while others use Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace curriculum for high schools

Author — derek flint

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Why does this man sound like Sonic the Hedgehog.

Author — Taylor Bivins

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*Great tips about items we didn't learn in school. Self education will make you rich.* 😉

Author — Passive Income Tom

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Yep. Calculus is definitely pointless... Definitely don't need to use that all to use any type of investing or trading strategy... For sure...

Author — Young Wealth Creation

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One of the best books about finance and money is Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad!

Author — LifeLessons

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Excellent information here. The education system is failing students. If you don't major in Accounting and Finance, you're missing out on crucial personal finance info. It definitely shouldn't be structured that way. Thank you for sharing!

Author — Cash Ninja, CPA - Personal Finance

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# Avoid to get in debts, LITERALLY. Learn some Of a Minimalism lifestyle. Cook your own healthy and sustained food and enjoy be your own chef. Remember we are what we eat and also what we do not eat.

Author — Brenda Ivelisse

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I love the insights! Thanks for this great & interesting video. 😉

Author — Lorie Pla

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"Savings" should really be tax-shielded or tax-free longterm investments, imo. It is saving in the sense that it's not to be used for expenses of any kind. Having a savings account is fine and great for accessible money, but way should you ever put 20% of your gross or net income into a savings account. This is like walking up an escalator that's going down. You get nowhere.

Author — Bill Bopperton

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