Good financial advice is priceless, and the sooner you get it and apply it, the better you'll be in life.
Today's 18-year-olds who are preparing to go to university do so knowing that they will accumulate considerable debt upon graduation.
Has anyone sat down with them and explained in detail the impact of the debt on their lives?
The advice on the benefits of a good education is passed on everywhere, but strangely, young people receive little formal advice on financial planning through regular education channels. Aside from what their parents say, who are not always the best at giving advice on money management, they learn from experience.
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