Congrats Grad! Let’s Chat About Your Financial Future

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Join us for a #CreditChat next week as we share financial tips for college graduates! We’ll discuss everything from planning for your financial future, to setting goals, managing credit and paying your student loans! We hope to see you there!

Topic: Congrats Grads! Let’s Talk About Your Financial Future!

When: Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at 3 p.m. ET.

Where: Join the live hashtag discussion

The panel will include: Ren Makino: Chief of Staff at Next Gen Personal Finance; Patrina Dixon, CFEI, RFC Founder and CEO of It’$ My Money®; Green Path Financial Wellness; Cameron Huddleston: Award-winning journalist, speaker, family finance expert w/ Carefull, author of Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk; Debbi King: Personal Finance Educator and Founder of the ABCs of Personal Finance; Erika Giovanetti: Loans Expert and Reporter for U.S. News; Rod Griffin: Senior Director, Consumer Education and Advocacy, Experian and Christina Roman: Consumer Education and Advocacy Manager at Experian.

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Questions we will discuss:

  1. What are some of the most common financial mistakes that college graduates make?
  2. What are some strategies for building a solid financial foundation in your twenties?
  3. What are some strategies for paying off student loan debt?
  4. What are some financial goals college graduates should consider and work toward?
  5. How can recent college graduates establish good credit and maintain a healthy credit score?
  6. What are some strategies for negotiating a salary or benefits at a job?
  7. How can recent graduates start saving money and build an emergency fund?
  8. How important is it for college graduates to start saving for retirement?
  9. What are some common misconceptions about personal finance that graduates should be aware of?
  10. What is your top financial tip for college graduates?

Check out our complete list of upcoming personal finance Twitter chats here.

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