Financial advice for young adults entering the work force
Laying the right foundation as you start your career is the key to future financial success, and at this lifestage, TIME is your greatest asset. Consider that each dollar you save in your 20s can be worth ten times as much as one saved in your 40s. Through the magical power of compounding, the beginning of your working life is the prime time to start saving towards retirementóeven though many people donít want to think about, or worse yet, act on this principle.
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Tips for Effective Financial Management:
- Pay off your credit card debt. It is senseless to pay 13 Ė 20 percent interest on credit card payments while your savings accounts earn one or two percent.
- If you cannot pay off your credit card debt, pay more than the minimum payment each month which in some cases will only cover the interest charges.
- Donít worry too much about paying off student loans early. These normally have a much lower interest rate than credit cards. By making low payments on student loans, youíll have more money to reduce high-interest credit card debt.
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