11 Common Money Mistakes
and How to Avoid Them
Congratulations! You graduated from college and landed your first job! It’s an exciting and scary new chapter all rolled in one.
You’ll be making some serious money for the first time in your life.
But you’ll also be responsible for some serious adult bills.
We have assembled a list of blunders to steer you towards a financially fit future.
No Emergency Fund
In this next phase of your life, it’s essential to save money, specifically for emergencies.
Now that you’re living a more independent life, you need to have a budget.
No Monthly Budget
Living Beyond Your Means
You may find your newfound freedom is costly. Put the brakes on large or repeated impulsive spending.
Getting Rid of Your Roommates
Sharing expenses with a roommate, you may not see very much may provide you with worthwhile savings.
No Student Loan Repayment Plan
Don’t put off paying these loans or extending the time further into the future.
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