A close friend of mine just told me that she got a position teaching personal finance at one of the local universities this semester. Not only was I excited for her, but I was really excited for the students.
I just wish that all the students would be required to take the class instead of it being an elective. If we taught kids how to manage money, it would be more reasonable for us to expect them to do a good job managing it!
We’re still vacationing, so I’ll keep this short and sweet and get right to the personal finance articles of the week:
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