Charlie asked whether it is better to follow his parents' wishes and invest their gift or if he should consider another route and start an emergency fund.
Every week on WSB Radio Show, I get to answer some of the questions you have sent in on our lightning round. Here is a question for Charlie about whether to follow his parents' wishes or do what is best for him financially?
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