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

Author — Right Profit

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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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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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Why does this man sound like Sonic the Hedgehog.

Author — Taylor Bivins

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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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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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1 penny doubled every other day for twice the amount of time mentioned is still only 5 million and not 10 but there message is still there.

Author — Mario Silva

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If public schools taught personal finance most people would never even consider student loans for college etc

Author — BLACKAAROW

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Wish school taught us all this great info!

Author — Betterment Boss

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School is the biggest scam in the 21st century

Author — 288theabe

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You did learn these things in school, I guess if you can't remember it, you didn't learn it.

Author — Kevin Lee

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

Author — Modern Adulting

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An emergency fund is simply money you’ve set aside for life’s unexpected events. This is really important in real life. You don’t know what’s going to happen. And no one wants to live at the mercy of life’s twists and turns.

Author — Modern Adulting

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6:05 then maybe Kevin should buy a car he can afford instead of borrowing to buy one he can't.

Author — vampiresRsolame

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

Author — Passive Income Tom

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This is so true! Crazy how we don’t have these as required classes in public schools.
That’s why my channel exist! I’m rolling out basic personal finance fundamentals videos soon! 🤙🏽🤙🏽💯💯🙃

Author — Education Edge: Finance - Business - Book Channel

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Yeah it's really unfortunate how in school personal finance is usually at best glanced over.

Author — The Finance Fool

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A good grip on personal finances can really help you get ahead in life! Too bad they don't really teach much of that in school. I believe in saving way more than 10%!

Author — Benjamin Andrew