Finance Tips: Advice for Recent Grads

Posted by Kate on June 2, 2013

Are you headed to graduation parties this weekend? In between parties, make sure to catch up on these inspiring personal finance reads!

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Advice for Recent Grads

Finance Reads

The Many College-Related Decisions – This is a super in-depth post and, in my opinion, a must-read for anyone with kids looking at college in the next few years. -FreeMoneyFinance

Money Tips When Getting Your First Job – Managing your finances wisely from the start is so important so read this and then share it with all the young people you know! -Stupid Cents

8 Money Lies That Damage Your Finances & Hurt Your Marriage – A great read for any couple. -Money Crashers

Low Expense Ratios – More Important for Your Returns Than You Think – We’re big fans of low expense ratios too! -CashMoneyLife

Rule of Thumb: How Much Car Can I Afford? – MMB offers some good tips for anyone who is in the market for a new car and trying to figure out how much to spend. -My Money Blog

Why Income Security is the New Job Security – The idea behind this article is so true and makes a ton of sense. -MoneySmartLife

5 Maintenance Tips That Will Extend the Life of Your Appliances – If your appliances last longer, that means you have more money to redirect towards other goals! -MoneyNing

Preparing for Sequestration – Tips for Taking a 20% Pay Cut – A really helpful read if you’re looking at a paycut in the near future, whatever the reason may be. -Three Thrifty Guys

Carnival of Personal Finance – Amanda wrote about Where to Find Coupons for Your Favorite Products in the Carnival of Personal Finance.

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Comments to Finance Tips: Advice for Recent Grads

  1. Nice collection of good advice for graduates and also some good financial reads. I enjoyed the one by Money Ning and practicing good appliance maintenance to save money.

    Jeff @ Money and

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