A Simple Way To Help Your College-Bound Student Ace Personal Finance

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By Simon Constable
It’s normally this time of year that first year undergraduates start to realize that their finances are a mess. At least that’s when it dawned on me when I was at college.
Author Kingsley Amis nailed the sentiment when he wrote: “[…] he [Jim] must review his financial situation, see if he could somehow restore it from complete impossibility to its usual level of merely imminent disaster.”  That was from Amis’ superb novel, Lucky Jim.
Yes, right now many students may feel just like the protagonist of that novel right now — totally skint, or broke.
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