Money Management for College Students

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Frederick Fell Publishers, 2002 - Business & Economics - 149 pages
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Every year, more college students graduate with exorbitant debts and poor credit history. Money Management for College Students will help the soon-to-be graduating understand the steps to financial well-being before it's too late. This money-management handbook for college students provides invaluable information on avoiding overdraft situations, eliminating large credit card balances, multiplying investments, making the most of financial aid, and much more. Students will learn insider information on topics that will increase their chances of reaching their financial goals such as understanding your money, how much debt is too much debt, the ABCs of making money work for you, and includes investment worksheets and numerous samples of important documents like credit applications, bank statements, and more.

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About the author (2002)

Karin O'Callaghan is a former technical writer and educator with over fifteen years experience in financial management. As a real estate editor, she deals with financial experts daily; their comments about the lack of information on the part of young people encouraged her to write this book. Her latest residence is in Lexington, Virginia.

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