Remember that feeling of absolute freedom when you first started college? You didn’t have to call home if you were staying out late, you could stay out as late as you wanted, you could walk everywhere and spend time hanging out with your friends, and you could study whenever you wanted to. As you probably remember, that freedom also came with responsibility. You had to study, or you’d fail and get booted out of school. You had to go to class, or you’d fall behind, fail and get booted out of school. And you had to do your laundry, or you’d smell and people wouldn’t like you, right?
Think of college as a trial run at life.
Welcome to the rest of your life!
When you start working, you’ll be inundated with information, chaos, and required to make some important decisions amid all the chaos and information overload. In the 13-page College Grad Money Guide, I discuss all the major money-related issues to focus on when you enter the real world for the first time. While designed for the recent college graduate, anyone who works and is looking to see if they have the basics covered will find value in this 100% free book. Yeah, it’s absolutely free.
Here’s what others have said about this book:
If you’re graduating and need some quick answers about how to set up your finances without having to comb through blogs or buy and read a 200 page book, the College Grad Money Guide is for you.
My one criticism — if you can call it that — is that I think we need to get a lot of this information before college, not after it. Nobody should graduate high school without knowing the importance of saving for emergencies, how to budget, how to build and use credit responsibly, and the sinister truths about debt. [Dave of Money Under 30]
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