(Related: 30 Best Paying College Majors: 2018)
Graduating from college can be daunting. There’s the search for a job if one hasn’t been lined up already, as well as the search for a place to live for those who can afford to leave home for good. Moreover, many graduates will be managing their finances on their own for the first time.
With that in mind, Jill Schlesinger, senior CFP Board ambassador, and Summit Place Financial Advisors have both published financial tips for new college graduates. We’ve combed through the lists, which overlap on many points, to develop a single list that graduates can use on their own or that their parents and advisors can share with them. Check out the gallery above.
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