People who complain about not being taught how to do taxes in high school probably wouldnt have paid attention to it if offered in high school.
They obviously didn’t because personal finance is a required class to graduate kakskdkdk
No. It’s not. Not everywhere.
In the US, with probable exceptions in some states/districts, you’re taught jack shit about actually functioning in the “real world”. The most we got in the school I went to? The very basics of a checkbook.
I received absolutely nothing on that subject.