Many 4‑H project areas incorporate financial record-keeping into the curriculum. This curriculum makes financial literacy a central focus of learning with a strong emphasis on setting and achieving financial SMART goals; holding yourself accountable to financial decisions and consequences; and knowing your rights and responsibilities as a consumer.
There are many options available to you that can help pay for college. By filling out a federal student aid application, you can be connected with grant and loan opportunities. You can also apply for scholarships to help pay for college costs.
An excellent video to understand the housing market and recent “Great Recession.” Learn more about how the economic market system became unsustainable when lenders borrowed to unworthy credit borrowers called subprime loans.
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