Saturday School: The Bare Minimum You Must Do to Avoid Financial Ruin

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You don’t need a doctorate in finance to straighten out your financial life. Instead, you just need to do a couple of simple things to make sure your spending and saving are on track.

Watch this Khan Academy video to learn the bare minimum that you need to do to avoid ruining your financial life.

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