July 18, 2022

What to do When Your Child Turns 18

What To Do When Your Child Turns 18

We have a special guest today, Camryn Nauta. She is Nick’s daughter who is a recent high school grad and is seventeen. She graduated with very high honors and will be attending Michigan State University in the Fall.

Camryn is our special guest and is about to turn 18 there are many things an 18-year-old should consider with respect to finances, budgeting, and savings.

Find out what her biggest financial concern is at this time in her life and how she is planning for them.

Student loans, budgeting, learning how to save money, and more. Camryn rates her financial knowledge on a scale of 1-10 in a variety of areas. Is Nick a proud dad? Find out!

Camryn reveals how she feels about the financial education she received in high school, and what was available to her. She thinks financial literacy classes should be required for all high school students.

The group also talks about the lack of information Camryn has gotten from MSU regarding her student loans and financial aid.

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