CHAPTER ELEVEN1. How well do you manage your money?- I don’t work and I live with my parents, so I don’t have to worry abo...
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Chapter Eleven

  1. 1. CHAPTER ELEVEN1. How well do you manage your money?- I don’t work and I live with my parents, so I don’t have to worry about some expenses. Whenmy parents give me money I try save as much as I can so if in the future I need money I canused my save money.2. What can you do to manage your money better?- Create a monthly budget including tuition and additional personal expenses. First of all figuresout what you earn then separate the money between school, savings and daily basis expenses.Evaluate the importance of every dollar expend. Figure out what you spend divide the cost by12 months for example: health expenses, house expenses, automobile insurance, and extrapersonal expenses. Examine your expenses, examine your spending patterns and propertiesand examine your income separate your money between yearly and monthly expenses. Moneyflows like water, not every student have the same responsibilities, some have family supportand some need to work in order to pay for the classes, rent, food, etc. It depends on how thestudent manages their money. A wise management of money helps the students overcomesproblems and stress.

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