The Debt-free Graduate: How to Survive College Without Going Broke
"The Debt-Free Graduate" tells students how they can stay out of debt by taking simple, easy measures, while still having the time of their lives at college. This down-to-earth money management guide can help make readers more aware of the "little things" they can do to cut costs, such as finding theaters and restaurants that offer student discounts.
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