Girls' Life magazine|December 2019/January 2020
I know a girl named Rose who, from the age of 12, invested 10 cents from every dollar she made or was given into the stock market. A decade later, Rose has more than $100,000 socked away (and, for context, the majority of Americans have less than $5,000 in savings).
Rose is a perfect example of why it’s *so* important to be smart about money. While most girls her age are stressing about student loans and still living at home, Rose travels, bought herself a car and has her own apartment.
We agree money can’t buy happiness. But it *can* afford you the kind of freedom, flexibility, and opportunities that will make you smile—if you learn to treat your cash with love and respect now. So how do you do that? By making these goals your 2020 financial resolutions.
ONLY PAY WHAT YOU OWE
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