Welcome to college, where you’ll learn new skills, make new friends, and face new expenses.
A great way to gain experience and earn some cash is to find an internship in your field of interest, but don’t forget to balance your work and study.
Living on your own means managing your money wisely, so plan your budget, track your spending, and save for emergencies.
Credit cards can be useful tools for building your credit score and covering unexpected costs, but they can also lead to debt and fees if you misuse them.
As you approach graduation, you’ll have to make some important decisions about your future, such as whether to pursue further education, start a job, or travel the world.
No matter what path you choose, you’ll need to stay financially fit by paying off your loans, investing your savings, and planning for your goals.