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The years following college graduation are some of the most pivotal years of your life. This is the time where the decisions you make now can drastically change your life years later.
Here’s a great example we can look at. Woman #1 graduates from college at 25 and starts putting $100 toward retirement. Woman #2 waits to start putting money toward retirement until she’s 35. Woman #1 is going to have TWICE as much money in retirement versus woman #2. Let that sink in.
Or how about having a poor credit score your whole life instead of a good credit score? A bad credit score can cost you up to $45,000. If you have a good credit score, that’s up to $45,000 in savings.
I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to make sound financial and career decisions after graduating from college. The sooner you start taking these steps below, the better.
Get started now by reading these 7 steps below. These steps will make sure you’re successful after college in both your personal and business life.
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