Caddo Magnet senior publishes book about finance

At age 17 you might have been wolfing down chili dogs with friends at the local diner or drinking things you shouldn’t have at house parties.

Not Sunjay Letchuman. He was saving money — and writing about it.

Letchuman is not working on another book yet, but he is lining up his next big move — attending college. He’s giving two schools a hard look: Texas A&M and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. While he likes finance, he’s also interested in medicine.

His father is a physician, and his older brother, who is also studying to become a doctor, attends the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He said he might major in finance as an undergraduate, but medical school is the goal. Read more…

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