1 million hours
The less taxes you pay
The more taxes you pay
Doesn't make a difference because everyone pays the same amount in taxes
The more you hate paying taxes
Less than $1,000.
More money than the person use to earn each month when they were working.
More than enough to cover a person's monthly bills.
Quit school before they were 18.
Always keep $500 in their pocket.
Started a business early in life.
Worked part-time when they were teenagers.
Taxes and insurance
Needs and wants
Buying and renting
Food and shelter
Lose them a lot.
Buy things they can't afford.
Have to pay to use them.
Forget to use them.
Pay the full balance of the credit card every month
Pay the minimum payment each month
Never pay the bill
Be able to buy anything you want
Only for those who get sick.
An unnecessary expense because you may not need it.
A must buy item for your budget.
More important for women than for men.
Need to take out a loan for it.
Need to charge it on your credit card.
Can't afford the place you want to rent.
Need to look around for another type of insurance.
All of the above
Usually legal and ethical.
Legal if you are 21.
Partly legal and ethical.
For rainy days and to buy all the things you want
For rainy days and major purchases
To pay off your credit cards and for major purchases
So you can invest it and donate it
Put your money under your pillow for the tooth fairy
Dream about money
Invest your money
Donate your money
Using 17 different credit cards
Not buying renters insurance
Falling for an internet scam
Not buying health insurance
Too many friends
In case of a fire
In case you get robbed
In case of a flood
All of the above
Car payment, gas, and tires
Car payment, gas, and insurance
Gas, insurance, and oil changes
Insurance, car payment, and car washes
She was a victim of identity theft
She made $71,000 through a chain e-mail
She lost $50,000 worth of her stuff when her apartment burned down
She lost her toy
A money management program
A journey driven lifestyle
A lifestyle driven journey
None of the above