Personal Finance Advice for Young Professionals, from a Young Professional

Chris Bibey from Finance.Info recently asked if I could share some financial advice for young professionals. I loved the questions Chris asked me and would be really interested to see how other young professionals would answer them as well.

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Source: Katie Robinson is the mastermind behind the website, Ask the Young Professional. As a young professional herself, she shares top of the line information and advice on everything from budgeting to choosing a career.

The way you approach your personal finances as a young professional is not going to be the same as when you are in your 30’s, 40’s and beyond.

At this stage in the game, you are dealing with everything from student loan payments to getting your career off the ground and running. Later in life, things change. At that point, you may be more concerned about paying for your child’s college and how much money you need for retirement.

Financial Challenges: You are not Alone

It is easy to believe you are the only one facing a particular finance related challenge. However, this is not typically the case.

You are not the only person in your age group dealing with student loans. You are not the only person struggling to find a career you can sink your teeth into.

I have fallen in love with Robinson’s website, thanks to her targeted advice and easy to read writing style. I think you will find the following advice quite helpful:

To read “the following advice” you’re going to have to visit Fiance.Info for the full post. Click the full post and leave me your comments there!

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4 thoughts on “Personal Finance Advice for Young Professionals, from a Young Professional

    • All that lacking makes me feel like there’s no hope… but maybe the lacking is just saying we’re not experienced yet. Maybe the real danger is doing nothing to improve your knowledge, or not making an effort… It’s an interesting thought.

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