Taxes aren’t something you really worry about when you’re dependent on your parents/guardians/overlords. If you have a job, you get your little tax form at the end of the year, you hand that over to whoever takes care of the family business, and hopefully, you get some money back.
Then a few moons pass, and suddenly, you’re an independent. You are now responsible for getting your taxes taken care of.
There’s a lot of waiting involved in growing up. You wait until your tall enough, coordinated enough, pretty enough, smart enough, old enough to do these things you want to do.
Your possibilities are limited by the stage of life you’re in.
But year by year, those things you’ve been waiting for start to arrive….
Going into college, I didn’t understand anything about loans. I had never had one. I had never experienced debt. The entire concept made little sense
Figuring out how to pay off your debt isn’t just disheartening. It’s kind of a pain. You have to gather all the data, run calculations,
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