Financial planning for college graduates
Financial planning for college graduates

By Kara Brockmeier, CFP

Congratulations, graduate! After spending years of your life preparing for life after school, it’s finally time to put your knowledge and experience to the test. Here are three ways to get you started on the right foot to prepare for financial success after college.

As a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, Kara strives to help you establish and pursue your unique life goals.  Kara became a financial planner after realizing she wanted to work with clients the same way she discusses money with her friends, in a fun and relevant way.

Kara Brockmeier

Tackling Debt

Often people open their first credit card while in college or right after graduating. Credit can be a great tool; but, if not used properly, it can also get you in a lot of trouble and impact your ability to do important things like buying a house, buying a car, etc. Therefore, it is important to make the right choices early on when it comes to managing debt. If you have credit card debt or other high-interest debt, consider paying it off.

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