Should I go to college or start my clothing company?
Look, lets face it, you have 20k, which is not much. if you go after your dream now, you might end up in the middle of nowhere. you should try to get a degree, then a get a good job, get some more money, then you can try and run your business as you have a source and a back up too in case your business fails...I hope you get it.
by Hiren - 19 hours ago
Start the company and go to school? This is what I would do. Make a solid business plan, if you believe after making the plan that you could start making money quickly, then go for it. Be realistic.
by MoneyMakuhhDontbeaHataa - 19 hours ago
Congratulations on saving 20K in two years. This shows you know it takes commitment and purpose to reach a goal. Since 20K is not much money to start & run a business, perhaps you should consider finding employment to keep an income and build on your savings. You may be able to research/study the type of business that interests you at the same time. Plan, prepare & save for your dream. College will be there if and when you are ready for it.
by Barkley - 19 hours ago
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