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June 26th, 2009 @1:56 am  

I think that these are some really good tips. I’m in college right now, I’m a junior and I’m doing everything I can to prepare myself for all the debt to come crashing down on me upon graduation.

You mentioned knowing the terms of the loan. I think that, right there is the single most important thing. You don’t want to default you don’t want to get insanely high interest rates…know what you’re getting yourself into, because it affects your life for quite a while.

catty Said,
June 28th, 2009 @10:55 am  

Take a lesson from recent Japanese graduates. I should know, I taught at a girls’ high school in Kyoto Japan. They save money in every way they can. FIrst of all, the national obsession with luxury brand names is OVER in Japan. NO more Louis Vuitton, which is now seen as a symbol of needless showiness, and also a brand that’s for old ladies. Not wasting money on label clothing and luggage is a first step.

Georginia Said,
July 9th, 2009 @10:06 pm  

Saving is one way and one of the most effective way.
IF we are addicted to expensive luxury things, then we should have get rid of them.
Make sure you are buying a thing because it is what you need and not what you want.

veinna12 Said,
July 20th, 2009 @1:55 am  

Great Post! I am a recent college graduate and I often blog about how important it is for college students to get on the right track. Its all about savings!!!

Indie Said,
July 24th, 2009 @1:30 am  

IF we are addicted to expensive luxury things, then we should have get rid of them

September 7th, 2009 @2:59 pm  

Great credit post, highly informative. I think everyone should read up about how everyday use can help increase your credit score. And always check your credit report.

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