College prepares students to be everything from accountants and teachers to government workers and health care technicians, but not all students learn basic money management skills. Here’s advice for this year’s graduates on how to succeed financially. 1. Use a tried-and-true budgeting strategy A regular paycheck, however small, can feel like a windfall for those … Continued

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College marks a significant transition period for many young adults — it’s a time of newfound freedom and the financial responsibilities that come with it. Whether your funds come from family, student loans, scholarships or your own wallet, you’ll need to budget for expenses like textbooks, housing and, yes, a social life. Knowing who’s footing … Continued

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When you graduate, you might end your academic journey with more than a diploma in hand — you could wind up with a generous cash gift, too. The average person giving graduation gifts last year planned to spend about $53 on each, with cash being the most popular present, according to the National Retail Federation’s … Continued

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