Nobody is born knowing how to manage money. It's something you have to learn. You can do that the hard way, by making mistakes, getting into financial trouble, and being forced to find solutions. Or you can do it the smart way, by learning what's involved in being a good money manager and putting that knowledge to work.
The first step is setting financial goals for yourself — and one of the most important is getting your college degree. Remember, getting a college degree is a financial goal. While it may be a large financial commitment, the benefits outweigh the cost. Having goals can help you make good decisions about how to use your money, because you've decided what's important. Then you can turn your attention to practical matters like handling bank accounts, paying what you owe, and keeping your money safe by avoiding identity theft.
Are you ready to see how it's done?