Balancing all of your financial responsibilities right out of college is a daunting task. Should you start saving for retirement? Save for a house? Travel? Pay off your student loans? You have a lot of competing goals at this point in your life. What you need is a plan!
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We all like to wake up in the morning knowing there’s enough money for breakfast and this month’s electric bill — not to mention those whopping student loans. For meeting these everyday financial obligations, nothing beats a regular paycheck. But what if you don’t have one? Maybe you’re working odd jobs while searching for a […]
Imagine somebody just handed you $100 to spend on anything you want. With the crisp C-note in your pocket, you put the key in the ignition and back out of the driveway. Where will you go? Target? The mall? Your favorite restaurant? For me, the answer is most likely the grocery store! I don’t like to […]
Lou Carlozo is new to Money Under 30. Based in Chicago, Lou is a personal finance contributor for Reuters Money, a columnist with DealNews.com, and a former managing editor at AOL’s WalletPop.com. This is his first post. Welcome, Lou. -Ed. *** Hours before writing this story, I accomplished a techie first in my banking life — one […]
Although I’m just starting out in managing my own money, I’ve already figured out one aspect of my financial personality: I like my finances to be as simple as possible. I can’t stand having bank accounts at different banks, and I worry splitting up my funds will affect how I think about what money is […]