A Financial Checklist for New College Grads

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The money lessons you’ve gotten from your parents may not be enough to prepare you to face your financial life after college.

And most teachers don’t even think they’re equipped to integrate any personal money managing principles into their lessons, according to the National Endowment for Financial Education.

There are no loans to rely on, and soon you’ll have to start paying off your college loans and any other debts. So now it’s up to you. Here’s how to start.

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