How to Set Yourself Up for Financial Success as a Recent College Graduate

Once you’ve graduated college and found your first job, you will probably have a more substantial income than you’ve ever had before. In fact, the average college graduate now takes home more than $50,000 per year from their first job out of school.

Despite the new source of income, you might be one of the more than seventy percent of recent graduates who have student debt. If you are saddled with student debt, you’ll need to come up with a plan to pay those loans off. Even if you’re debt-free, it’s important to build good financial habits early so you can set yourself up for success in the long run.

Here’s some advice for recent college graduates on getting on the path towards financial success.

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