After receiving his BBA in Finance from the University of Oklahoma, Dan Levin joined E.F. Hutton in 1980. He has remained both a consistent and stable resource for his clients throughout his 35 years in the business.
Dan Levin is committed to putting the client first. He knows his clients want more, expect more, and deserve more expertise and service than is the norm. To that end, Dan understands that his clients’ interests are paramount. By specializing in insurance and annuity products, he helps them solve financial problems and demonstrates how they should work toward achieving their financial goals.
The Stock Market is Not a Sure Thing
Whether or not you choose to ignore it, you cannot deny the truth embedded in this statement: Your personal finance is and always will be your responsibility.
When it comes to finance, many people put an impractical blind eye to the fact that finances need to be managed. Personal finance is an ever-growing popular term for adults and teenagers alike, regardless of whether you are earning the money or not. After-all bills have to be paid, family members have to be fed and your lifestyle has to be maintained.
The biggest and most neglected step for many families is teaching their teens how to manage their money. Teenage finance is about educating teens on the value of money. Teach them how to save by showing them how to use their primitive form of book-keeping. This can often be incorporated through the child's upbringing via
piggy-banks, savings accounts, and little chores in exchange for money.
Teenage finance is an important part of your personal finance because, too. When your children learn to save and use money wisely, you are subsequently saved from bailing them out of financial troubles in the future.