Michael Delmonico understands the difficulties that come along with finishing college, finding a new job, living on your own, and setting yourself up for future success.
As a college graduate, it can be a challenging time to develop a strong backing and savings system. The likelihood is that money is ‘tight’ due to the lack of income over a sustained period of time. There is little need to worry though. At this stage, it all boils down to a bit of planning. Listed below, are a few of the major priorities and expenses you will come across as a recent college graduate.
Student loans are one of the biggest issues young individuals face after graduating college. The numbers can quickly become overwhelming, especially if you have not acquired a real job yet. Because of this, it is important to begin college planning early. Knowing what to expect from your student loan payments will help you feel less overwhelmed when that day comes. Maintaining a part time job during college and saving a little each month will also help lighten the load. There are also plenty of options for refinancing your loans to set up a payment plan that works best for you.