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Personal finance tips for new graduates

May 9, 2014

Personal finance tips for new graduates

Friday, 9 May 2014
By Edmund Lao
graduationGraduation is an important occasion for students and parents. Graduation is not the end of all. It is actually the beginning of a struggle in the real world. By taking a look around our workplace, one will be able to see fellow employees who did well in school before but are now struggling financially. This goes to show that all they learned in school were technical skills that will enable them to land a decent job but not financial education that can change their lives. It is ironic that majority of the business taipans in the country did not finish schooling and yet have been successful in building their fortune. These taipans gave time to be educated on their own personal finance, not by school, but by experience.
The following tips can be learned by a new graduate from successful people:
1. Begin with the end in mind.

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