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High schoolers study a variety of subjects, including everything from computer science to ancient history. But there’s one thing they should learn that they usually don’t: personal finance basics.
Addition Financial knows the value of learning about personal finance at a young age. Students who understand the basics are more likely to avoid unnecessary debt and actually save enough for a comfortable retirement.
Addition Financial recently asked some financial experts what personal finance basics all high schoolers should learn.
Help increase your chances of financial success as a high schooler with 7 personal finance basics.
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Learn 7 Personal Finance Basics
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