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Handling money is one of the biggest challenges young adults face nowadays. A lot of young people are not educated to handle their finances.

1. Start Giving

Start giving a small percentage of your earnings to needy people. Helping people will make you feel better about yourself.

2. Make Your Money Work

Pay yourself first by taking a percentage of your earnings aside. You can use it for savings and investment that you can grow the rest of your life.

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3. Use A Tool for Budgeting

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Control your finances by understanding where your money goes. Plan ahead to reach your financial goals years in advance. It will motivate you to stay on budget.

4. Make A Separate Checking Account For Entertainment

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Entertainment expenses and eating outside can add up quickly. Put a budgeted amount for entertainment. If the money is gone, wait for the next month.

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5. Stop Misusing Credit

Credit card debt is a growing problem today. Do everything you can to avoid credit card debt throughout your life so you can save thousands in fees and interest.

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