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While only 10 percent of respondents in a recent Money Management International (MMI) Back to School survey believe students should use credit cards to finance college costs, many students get their first credit card while they are in college.
As a new school year begins, it’s a great opportunity for parents to begin teaching their kids the sound money management skills they’ll need as adults.
With the cost of college tuition skyrocketing and the average college graduate’s student loan debt tipping the scales at more than $20,000, there are some crucial financial lessons students should learn before they set foot on campus.
Summer is coming to an end, and that means the start of a new school year. Kids generally know what to expect – each new year presents new subjects to master, challenges to overcome, and opportunities for learning.