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The end of 2023 will be here before you know it. Don’t let the end of the year get here before you’ve done everything you can to maximize your finances heading into 2024!
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College freshmen across the country are heading to campus for the first time this month. It’s an exciting time for students full of potential and possibility. It’s also a great time to really start thinking about your financial future.
Here at the midpoint of 2023, there have been a number of interesting topics and trends regarding financial health and banking that have popped up this year. We thought we'd offer some advice on a few of them.
Life after school – even in college - is oftentimes full of financial obstacles that we all must learn to overcome. If you’re deciding on a good gift for a high school or college graduate, helping put them on the right financial path is a gift that can keep on giving for the rest of their life.
After four (or more) years of hard work, thousands of college seniors will finally walk across the stage, receive their diplomas, and enter the working world. Here are five pieces of financial advice for every graduate to consider.
Every year in the U.S., roughly 600,000 new businesses open. One thing they all have in common – whether their Walmart, Amazon, or your local drug store – is they all had to deal with a lot of the same issues when they started.
There is no better time in life to develop good habits than when we are young. It’s why parents work so hard to teach their kids good habits at an early age. Things like taking care of their teeth, keeping their rooms clean, even being polite. It’s also the perfect time to begin teaching them about financial responsibility and the importance of saving.
The best time to develop good habits is when we are young. For college students, there’s no better “good habit” to start learning than financial responsibility.
Every year, back-to-school shopping gets more and more expensive.
School is back in session and while college students are deep into the semester, hard at work, it’s never too late to make sure you’re doing things the right way.
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