Many of us are trying to figure out how to become financially free later in our lives. Dan Sheeks has the goal to pass along these concepts of financial freedom to young people, especially in a day and age where not everyone’s having the opportunity.
- The significance of Early Financial Independence
- Ensure you have family financial transparency, it is simple to do and has great importance to your family’s financial knowledge
- We need to give young people an opportunity to learn and apply financial ideas before getting out into the world. This includes having a job in their teenage years.
- Let them fail while they’re still in the safety of their parent/guardian’s care. Let them learn the lessons now before they are too hard to recover from.
About our Guest:
Dan is a high school Business/Marketing teacher, real estate investor, and personal finance advocate. Author of BiggerPockets newest books – First to a Million: A Teenager’s Guide to Achieving Early Financial Freedom. The book introduces teenagers to the strategies, concepts, and the mindset needed to achieve early financial freedom.
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