Now is the perfect time for adults to reflect on their own educational experiences.
Not only is it quarterly tax time, but it’s also the start of the new school year, which gives us all a great excuse to think about our (hopefully happy) formative schooling years.
And for most of you, this means also reflecting on the fact that you probably never got a formal education in finance. In fact, as Forbes previously reported, just 17 states in the United States require high school students to take a course in personal finance.
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