As graduates face this new chapter in their lives, they will be presented with different financial learning and obstacles including earning a salary for the first time, starting their own business or anything in-between that brings them face-to-face with finances. To make the adjustment to adulthood a little easier, please find five helpful post-grad finance tips from Rebecca Grammarian, Personal Finance Expert at TopCashback.com.
- Build your credit. In today’s world, the importance of credit can be found in almost every aspect of life. From applying for a credit card to purchasing a car, your credit score is used to determine your creditworthiness. As a young adult and recent college graduate, you should always be conscious of how your financial decisions affect your credit score. If you didn’t have a credit card during college, find a card that best suits your needs and lifestyle and get one now. Whether you use it or not, having a credit card in your name helps you establish credit, and the longer you have a credit history, the better… By Arianna Rosales
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