Still Have Your College Bank Account? How to Save and Spend Like an Adult

Six tips for handling your finances like a pro after college.

By Geoff Williams

You’ve graduated from college and entered the real world. Yes, everyone calls it the real world, as if back at school you were a character in a comic book.

Still, there’s a reason people call the next stage of your life the real world. The rules do change when you leave college, especially with respect to your finances. After all, you can’t have a college bank account that mom and dad can access forever.

So if you’re a recent grad who’s trying to get your financial footing, financial experts have some advice for you, including:

Budget strategically. Once you’re truly on your own and not being funded, or funded much, by your parents, your survival depends on how quickly and well you learn to budget.

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