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NEED YOUR HELP - Writing A High School Money Book - Part 6

June 3rd, 2009 at 11:38 am

I announced http://iwasbroke.savingadvice.com/2009/05/20/need-your-help-... that I am in the process of writing my next book. It will be a book that is addressed to high school students, and I am sharing 12 Things I Wish I Had Learned About Money Before I Hit The Real World.

That is not necessarily the title, and it might end up being 10 things or 15 things. All I know is that I want (and need) your help in writing this book!

For the next few days, I am going to ask you to take a couple minutes of your time and share some things you wish you would have learned about specific money topics.

Part Five Financial Decision-Making

Here is the question that I want to hear your thoughts on today:

What is the best financial decision you have ever made? What led to that decision? How would you teach young people to make that type of decision?

Share stories!


2 Responses to “NEED YOUR HELP - Writing A High School Money Book - Part 6”

  1. wowitsawonderfullife Says:

    The best thing I ever did was put $100 per month in mutual funds starting with my first real pay cheque. I was in my early 20's and was able to save enough to put a down payment on a house a few years later.

  2. midlight21 Says:

    Did you give up on us over here?

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