How to Manage Your Money: Six Principles of Personal Finance

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Mastering personal finance requires more than life hacks—you have to look at your financial situation holistically and come up with a plan for how to manage your money. In this video, we’ll look at helpful principles for six personal finance topics: budgeting, saving, debt, taxes, insurance, and investing for retirement.

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Very informative and well explained I learned alot thank you. I have a passion for personal finance!

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Write your budget down and make sure you attack the big ticket items before you cut out the lattes. Very True!

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Apparently, they aren’t Dave Ramsey fans. I disagree with a lot of points in this video. Loans for education in most cases is not a good investment. There are exceptions to this. Loans to start a business is a bad idea. Lattes are expensive. Make your coffee at home. Couponing and using credit card points does save money. Everything counts.

Author — Dawn T