study

Money Management 101

Jobs
Finding job opportunities
Resume-writing tips
Shine in your interview
Successful salary negotiating
  
Finance
Money Management 101
Student loan strategies
Establishing credit
It's easy to save
  
Lifestyle changes
Living on your own
Buying your first car
Insurance needs for new grad
Building your career
  
Taxes
Quick intro to taxes
Managing your taxes
Can I deduct it?
Bloopers and scams
  
Tool kit
Tools for enhancing your career
Money management tools
Tools to tweak your living expenses
Tax toolbox
  
Back to splash page
 

Car payments, insurance, student loans, groceries, gas --- yikes, not exactly a fun way to spend your paycheck. That's OK; you don't have to give up fun to save and spend money. You just need to take charge. Here are some tips to start your post-college life on sound financial footing.

Top 10 shocks faced by college grads, Make a money-smart spending plan, What should come first?, Keep a simple lifestyle, 3 steps for building a cash reserve, 5 easy ways to stretch your cash

Compiled by Dena Dubay, Dani Arthur, Amy Fleitas and Myra Cristobal. Illustrations by Brandy Kesl.

 

 

advertisement

Show Bankrate's community sharing policy
          Connect with us
advertisement
FRUGAL NEWSLETTER

Discover new ways to cut costs and save more every day. Reduce your spending, not life’s pleasures. Delivered weekly.

advertisement
Partner Center
advertisement

Connect with us