The latest issue of World features a 697 word article that succinctly teaches how to be smart with your money. Here’s the lead:
Here’s a brief story about personal finance—and maybe macroeconomics as well—that I first heard about 40 years ago. I wish I had heard it 50 years ago. I hope a few 20-somethings are listening to me now.
It’s the simple story of two young couples—let’s call them the Smiths and the Browns—who were eager to buy their first homes.
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