Saving Starts At Home
Most of the teenagers nowadays only care about money, other than money, they don’t usually give a damn about other things. All they care, or at least many teens, is that they have the money to buy what they want. Most of the teens nowadays do not care about the serious matter like how they can pay the rent, their grocery bills and their retirement age, however, they opt to think about petty things like, what they are going to wear, their new friends and who will going to like them. However, its also a good thing that teenagers do not worry about the serious matter. However, the problem is, they will find it hard in the near future to manage their money since they don’t have that much knowledge about money.
It is important that parents should educate their children at least some knowledge about money as they grow up. It is really a good thing that most of the parents should taught their children how to use and spend money wisely so that their children will be prepared if they were thrown someday into the real world. The sad truth is that, most parents nowadays do not teach their children the true value of money. If this case happens, it’s also possible that they will never be taught until they grow up.
Have you ever thought what it feels like when you are in debt. Have you ever thought what it feels like for someone to grow up in debt and what could be the kind of family that the person has. You might think that people born into a rich family grew up to be wealthy. However, these amount of money that their parents had has the probability that it won’t last a lifetime since they keep on spending it already as early as now in order to look rich and wealthy. This puts them deep into debt. A person in debt doesn’t deserve sympathy, but he rather deserves pity. Just a friendly reminder that you should always budget your money and do not spend on too much expensive materials that you cannot afford.
Have you ever wondered how it feels like when you have control over your money? Maybe they don’t have a giant house or luxury car, but they never talk about their credit card debt or finance problems. These are usually one of two different people. The tolerable kind are those people who have probably lived in a modest home with a few money. They were not taught to be too grand, however, they were taught to value their money. They brought this knowledge until they have fully grown up.
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