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Savvy Community: Time For Financial Change?

This question comes from member allisonberry in the How Do You Save? group.

I'm graduating from college this year, and I'm really stressing over my financial situation. I've been fortunate enough to have parents who have financially supported me for the past four years, but now that I'm going to be on my own, I've realized it's time to get my habits in check. I found this blog post that talks about financial change, and I read it as "the only thing you have to fear is fear itself."

Anyone in a similar situation as me? Any tips or helpful information to help make this transition into adulthood?

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bingbingboom bingbingboom 5 years
Agreed. My advice would be start changing any "wasteful" behavior you might have during college years such as bar hopping every Saturday night. Also cut down any credit card debit you possibly can. Good luck!
supercoolnat supercoolnat 5 years
Your first step is to start tracking the money you have coming in and out. Then once you see where your money is going, you can start making goals for managing your budget and building up savings.
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