There‚Äôs not really a way to learn about death before your time but you can learn about taxes. Taxes are only a small portion of finances, however. Over this semester, we have learned about taxes, savings, retirement, checks, credit cards and scores, and other things in life dealing with money. There are key points to everything within these areas. Because of this class, I am more confident than ever in handling my own money. I can now recognize finance mistakes before I make them. Every high school student should have the experience that I now possess. I feel more secure and ready; ready to go to college and live on my own.” Sally Paulsen

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What do I need to know in order to be a financially responsible citizen? Upon completion of this course, students will have a firm understanding of personal finance that they can apply to their lives.

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  1. Julie Busch

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    Extra Credit: I am very excited for Brianna to learn everyday, practical skills that will help her as she manages her daily life. I liked her assignment of filling out a job application, creating a resume and cover letter on her own. These are skills that are so very important, and she did it on her own without asking me how or seeking my opinion. I expect her to learn how to be independent in terms of dealing with her own finances, and maybe someday she will even own her own business where these skills will be of great benefit.

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