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Young fabulous and - paycheck dependent on you.” In my first job as a host I did what Suze said to do I would come in early stay late and cover

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Knes 342 8:30 TR October 18, 2007 Young, Fabulous, and Broke A. Name Of Video Young, Fabulous, and Broke B. One or Two Things I Have Learned The first item I learned about was the debt to credit ratio, I never knew that closing down a credit card could hurt your credit score because the ratio will be thrown off by the loss of money that can be spent. I also did not know that when a person closes a credit card, the credit history goes with it; I assumed that the credit would stay the same whether a person closed the account or kept it open. A second item I learned about was a Roth IRA. I did not know that when a person puts money into a Roth IRA that all the money except for the interest might be taken out at anytime tax-free. C. The aspect(s) of principle(s) I have experienced in the video and/or how the material pertains to me. One aspect of the video that pertains to myself is when Suze states, “Don’t become dependent on a paycheck; make the people who give you a
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Unformatted text preview: paycheck dependent on you.” In my first job, as a host, I did what Suze said to do: I would come in early, stay late, and cover for anyone who could not make it into work. It paid off because I ended up working the most because I was trusted, and I was given a promotion to busboy over people who worked there for a lot longer that I had. So I know what Suze says is true because I used my hard work ethic to get the promotion. D. How I can apply the content in the video to myself I can apply the content to everyday life, such with credit cards. I know that if I buy something with my credit card, either pay it off right away so I can avoid debt, or put it on a credit card with the lowest interest rate so it will not be such a burden to pay off. E. What does Y F &Be-ers mean? Young, Fabulous, and Broke F. What is the Fact Act? The Fact Act is a law that states a person can check their credit score once a year free...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course KNES 342 taught by Professor Winerman during the Fall '08 term at CSU Fullerton.

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Young fabulous and - paycheck dependent on you.” In my first job as a host I did what Suze said to do I would come in early stay late and cover

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