Congratulations! You’re finally free from all those papers, problem sets, midterms and finals, and are now stepping into the “real world.” To celebrate, I’d like to give you a gift — one that could potentially save you thousands of dollars over the course of your life.
Figuring out a financial strategy as a recent graduate can be overwhelming. If you've been able to manage your payments and debts, you may want to start thinking about your credit. Building good credit should be an important part of any financial strategy and you want to start working on
Getting a job interview is, in itself, a challenge in which you must distinguish yourself from the competition and convince hiring representatives that you are worth meeting. Though once you have an interview, it is no longer specifically your resume and reputation that will influence the perception of you and
September is Personal Finance Month.
This month, we will teach you the difference between banks and credit unions, explain the best way to go about getting a small business loan in New York, and answer any and all questions that you have about the financial aspects of life.