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Three Personal Finance Tips For Soon To Be College Graduates

Scott Day of Michigan State University has 3 great finance tips for upcoming grads!

I just recently bumped into an old friend that I had not seen in a while. He has a “soon-to-be college graduate.”  We started talking about today’s tough job market, and he asked if I have any advice that I might be able to pass on in personal finances for this particular age demographic. I quickly put together a three-point elevator speech that could be explained by a concerned parent in a short period of time, and here are the highlights:

  1. Next time your soon-to-be graduate is at a book store getting a cup of coffee, meeting with a group of friends or studying, ask them to pick up a book or two on personal finances that is directed at their age. If they can buy it, great, but even if they skim through it for a half hour at a time, over time, this will get the ball rolling that will help them set themselves up or success in what might be a very stressful time in their lives. Since they are already in learning mode this would be just a little “value added” to a well-rounded college education. (more…)
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How Canadian Students Are Funding Their Education

How Canadian Students Are Funding Their Education

How many students have debt? and how much? Where do they get money? Do they work? and if so, how many hours?

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