September is Personal Finance Month

Money money money...MONEY!

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Do you have a savings account which you’ve been adding to? Do you have student loans you have to deal with? Are you planning on getting a small business loan? Are you going to quit your job to work full time on your new project, and if so, how are you going to pay your bills while not generating an income from the start? Do you plan on investing assets once they start coming in? Do you pay with print checks or electronic checks; and just how safe are e-checks and online banking services? And how can I keep some of that extra money for myself to use for books, beer, and entertainment?

Don’t know the answer to these questions? It’s all right, most people don’t, and these questions can be quite dizzying if you don’t know where to start.

That’s why NY Creative Interns has deemed September our Personal Finance Month. During the month of September, we’ll show you the best books for understanding investments, teach you the difference between banks and credit unions, explain the best way to go about getting a small business loan in New York, show you how to make a little extra moola, and answer any and all questions that you have about finance for personal or business use.

It’s time to cash in on September and get down to the business of money.

Do you have any questions about Personal Finance? Ask us in the comments and we’ll be happy to answer them for you ourselves or find someone to answer them.

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