Managing your money after college l R...

Managing your money after college l Rhode Show

There are 2 comments on the WPRI Providence and Rhode Island story from May 5, 2009, titled Managing your money after college l Rhode Show. In it, WPRI Providence and Rhode Island reports that:

A recent study by Sallie Mae found that students are now graduating with an average credit card debt of more than $4,100, up from $2,900 four years ago.

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Belgrade, MT

#1 May 6, 2009
Learning how to earn, save and spend are the three most fundamental aspects to a solid financial future. If things go well, you can add a fourth element--"give." Any efforts to promote these elements is terrific.

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