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Growing Up: Financial Implications


If we take a look at the normal pattern of growing up, we should begin on the day that we are fully emancipated from our parent's financial support. It is when we start packing our things and moving out from our parent's house. We finally attained a great deal of freedom, however that freedom also comes with great responsibilities. Responsibilities such as apartment rent, car payment, school payment, car loans and others. We probably have many aspirations and ambitions in mind, like buying a nice car, owning a house, taking a vacation or even starting a family of our own. We would be living our life to the fullest along with its pros and cons. The distant future may be too remote to be considered as a priority especially that we are still learning how to balance our finances.

Now a days, many young adults don't take time to understand how to invest wisely. In many cases, this is because they are more concerned with the here and now, and not the future. There are many things that we can't live without such as Starbucks, iPhone, iPad, Clubbing, Flat-Screen Televions, and many others - luxuries that most of our grandparents never heard of. In this article, we would start working on our meager resources and explore different ways to invest wisely to prepare ourselves for the future.

Step 1: Getting Started

Investing is a journey and not a one time event. In every journey, we need to prepare because this could be a long and arduous one. First, we have to know our investment goals. Ask yourself first these questions: What are my short and long term expenses? When do I plan to retire? What resources will I need? How much money do I need? How long will it take for me to get to the position, where I could say I am already financially independent? The strategies and plans that you make will all depend on the investment goals you have in mind.

Step 2: Do Homework


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