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By Emily Schmitt
It can be hard for young adults to get a handle on their personal finances, and there can be some painful lessons along the way. That's where a little common sense can work wonders. BusinessWeek asked Ramit Sethi, author of I Will Teach You to be Rich, for 10 smart ideas for those setting out on life's financial journey.