Basic Money Lessons You (Probably) Missed in High School
Saving a small amount each day can do wonders for your portfolio in the long term. For example, “Not spending $1.50 a day on a soda can have a big impact on a person’s financial future,” says David Bruzzese, coauthor of The Teen’s Guide to Personal Finance. This concept is particularly valuable for younger people, who can accumulate a lot of money over the years by taking simple steps to cut daily expenses.
Savings account vs. checking account.