Anyone else think that financial education should be part of public schools?
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#1 Nov 28, 2013
Anyone else think that financial education should be part of public schools?It's been reported that the middle class debt is now greater than it's income. There's one huge factor to this, lack of financial education. Is there some kind of group of people who are trying to get financial ed into public school systems? It really should be taught at last through highschool.
Look at "the american dream" of owning and house and car. Well I don't remember hearing anything about that stuff in school. Financing, credit cards, amortization. How many people out there know that if you have payed your 30 year fixed rate mortgage for 10 years you've only paid a small portion of the loan amount off. So unless you are going to be paying on it for the full 30 years, just do interest only.
I'm sure there are some rich old farts preventing it, but I think if enough people pushed for it, the school system might actually be worth going through to some degree.
#2 Nov 28, 2013
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