Financial Planning After Graduation

You did it! You made it through your degree program and now have your diploma in hand. As you’re about to enter the workforce, it’s time to think about financial planning in a new way. This includes planning for the future and dealing with any student loans. Check out the tips below to help you with financial planning after graduation.  Go For Your Dreams Upon graduation, many doors will open for you. To help you decide which ones you…

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5 Basic Elements of Financial Literacy

The need for money is inevitable, just like change. While you may not be able to control all the financial changes, having a plan will enable you to weather them easier. Financial literacy - being empowered to make good financial choices - is something every adult needs. Start with these basics. Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means we may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something we have recommended. This commission comes…

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6 Blog Posts to Organize Your Life

Whether you’re looking to organize your time, finances, or space, we’ve got you covered! Check six of our top blog posts to help you organize your life. Organize Your Time Planners are a great way to organize your time! Maybe you’ve used one before but didn’t find it helpful, or maybe you’ve never tried one. Either way, we’ve got blog posts that will help you successfully use a planner and maximize your time. 6 Reasons You Need a Monthly…

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Dos and Don’ts of Teaching Children Financial Literacy

Most schools don’t teach financial literacy, so it’s up to parents to teach it at home. If this is something you’re struggling with yourself, we can help. Whatever your level of financial literacy, there are some dos and don’ts to keep in mind when helping your kids learn it. Dos Lead by example. Kids are like sponges and will absorb everything you do. They also have a keen eye for when someone says one thing and does another. Teach…

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How to Build Financial Literacy

Someone with good financial literacy understands where their money is going and how to make it work for them. It’s the ability to pay bills, borrow and save in a responsible manner, and invest for the future. These money management skills can be learned at any age. It’s never too late - or too early - start! True Assisting does not provide legal, accounting, or tax advice. The information offered is provided for general informational and educational purposes only…

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