Recent Grads: DO’s and DON’Ts About Your Money


As summer is in full swing and college grads are coming to grips with working for a living during the summer months instead of going to the beach, not all of them will be savvy to the ways of money management (or money spend-ment!) just starting out.  With elements like salary negotiation, student debt navigation, and understanding your *new* cost of living as a person in the workplace, all the moving parts of personal finance may seem a little daunting.

But, if you keep your head about you, as you’ll read in THIS article by our custodial partner, Schwab, you can establish some good habits early (if you don’t already have them) and enjoy the fruits of those habits as your career progresses.

Good luck, Class of 2019!



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