Advice - Matt Serna Mr. Mckenzie Personal Finance November...

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Matt Serna Mr. Mckenzie Personal Finance November 9, 2010 Financial Advise The first person I interviewed was my best friend Sara Sonnenberg. Her first advice for me was that you need to have a balanced checkbook, so that you can efficiently keep record of your income and spending. The biggest financial decision that gave her most trouble was bills and remembering to pay them and having enough money to pay for them. Her parents always told her “don’t let that money burn a hole in your pocket”. She does not have a financial plan. She does keep track of her spending as well as she can with a folder where she keeps all of her recites. She is not married. She was not raised in a house where money was a problem so she knew little about finance as a child. So money was not openly discussed as she was growing up, but now with the economy the way it is she is aware and conscious. She feels stressed with her current financial situation. She considers her self to be decently savvy with finance, she is taking
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course FIN 101 taught by Professor Daly during the Spring '11 term at Salt Lake Community College.

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