4 Critical Personal Finance Tips for Your First Years After College


By Trent Hamm

Graduation is a joyous occasion, but it also marks the point at which people step out of school and into the real world. That real world offers a ton of opportunities – and infinite chances to make enormous financial mistakes.
Many recent college graduates find themselves repeating the same financial errors that their predecessors made. Those mistakes do little more than sink them into debt, restricting their opportunities going forward as they carry that albatross around their necks.
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