Recently, I was reminiscing about my financial education. Or maybe I should put that in quotes: “financial education.” In 10th grade, we created a budget based on what we guessed our salary would be for our dream job, breaking it up in a spreadsheet for everything from rent to entertainment. Never mind that a 15-year-old is a pretty poor judge of what a twenty-something would actually be buying (not to mention that, in 2005, I had no way of knowing how much of my future budget would go to Uber) — the exercise was too simple. Continue reading here.
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