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<strong>Benoit</strong> | 27 | Brooklyn, N.Y.

What would you do if you won the lottery? Helicopter pilot Benoit says he would not quit his job but he would take a year off to travel.

<strong>Alex</strong> | 27 | New York

To reach her most important money goal of retirement, Alex is depositing money each month into mutual funds.

<strong>Christian</strong> | 23 | Portland, Ore.

Christian does not believe our student loan system is fair because of the amount of debt that someone has to take on, which in turn will take years to pay off.

<strong>Arne</strong> | 21 | Seattle

As a business student, Arne's most important money goal is to own a rickshaw business worth $1 million.

<strong>Quy</strong> | 19 | Seattle

Before Quy and her three roommates moved in together they made a plan to be organized and separate all of their expenses evenly.

<strong>Mackenzie</strong> | 20 | Denver

The financial topic that Mackenzie wished she knew more about is taxes, especially what needs to be filed when she gets jobs.

<strong>Tatiana</strong> | 23 | Brooklyn, N.Y.

The most important money lesson taught to Tatiana by her business owner mother and engineer father was to be responsible by saving and not wasting money.

<strong>Mackenzie</strong> | 21 | Seattle

When Mackenzie is ready to focus on her career plan she will be sure to look for a benefits package that includes health care, insurance and retirement plans.