Tips to Prepare for Financial Independence
Published: April 24, 2023
Connor McCreary, Financial Advisor shares some tips for helping to prepare your young adult child or new graduate for financial independence. Many college students and young adults have never created a budget and don't know where to start. Even if their tuition is covered, there are still a lot of other expenses to consider.
It's easy for a first-time college student or any young adult stepping into that next phase of their life to be overwhelmed with the financial responsibilities that come with independence. Make sure they're prepared.
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