Good Financial Reads: Money Books for New Grads, What to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer, and More

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June 03, 2016


Good Financial Reads 06.03.16

Following along with the blogs of financial advisors is a great way to access valuable, educational information about finance — and it doesn’t cost you a thing! Our financial planners love to share their knowledge and help everyone regardless of age or assets.

Catch up on some of the latest posts with this week's roundup:


8 Money Books for New Grads

by Katie Brewer, Your Richest Life

Graduation season is here!
If you’ve got a student – or know one – who is graduating this spring, now is the perfect time to get them thinking about saving, budgeting and planning for their financial future. Here are some money books that would make great gifts for the grad in your life as they prepare the years ahead:

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What to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer

by Mary Beth Storjohann, Workable Wealth

Getting a new job, especially after a period of unemployment, can be exciting, validating and emotional. But before you say yes, consider the following aspects.

Starting a new gig is a huge decision, one that you are stuck with for a long time. Before making your final decision, you should find out the answers to the questions below.

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Ladies, a Man is Not a Financial Plan

by Pam Horack, Pathfinder Planning

For many women, feeling confident is directly related to having financial security. The financial security that this confidence stems from is often tied to another person rather than an actual plan. For instance, how many times have you heard some variation of the following:

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Questions to Ask Before Refinancing Student Loans

by Michael Solari, Solari Financial Planning

It’s graduation season! If you’ve still got student loan debt as a souvenir from your own graduation, it might be time to look into refinancing.

Refinancing can be a great way to consolidate your outstanding student loans and potentially lower your interest rate, but there are some questions you’ll want to ask yourself before you decide to begin the process:

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