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05/25/2014 8:05 PM

05/20/2014 8:52 AM

Re "Some Life Advice for the Class of 2014" (Business, May 18): While talking to another parent today, we commented on Jonathan Clements' article. My brother-in-law and I both had cut out the article for our kids who range in ages from 15 to 28.

What great advice for kids and young adults. If you haven't read the article, grab your scissors before you do because I am sure you, too, will want to pass along the wisdom in this article. It talks about life choices in pursuing your goals and balancing wealth with happiness.

I would like to add just one more bit of wisdom to the article. Though it talks about saving, I feel that along the way as you receive those raises in your jobs, you should increase your savings each time you receive a raise.

-- Sherree Olson Prokes, Gold River

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