It may sound counterintuitive, but managing your money gets easier the more you have. When you cross a certain income threshold, you can afford to pay a wealth management company to sweat the details. All you have to do is sit back and watch your money multiply.
For a broke college student, money management is a bit more hands-on. It’s important to start building a base of financial knowledge in early adulthood, but the resources at your disposal are limited. Unless you have wealthy parents bankrolling your expenses, you need to find free or cheap ways to start gaining financial literacy.
Thankfully, most universities are brimming with free financial resources for students – all you need to know is where to look. Here are a few options to get you started.
Take Personal Finance Classes
As a senior in college, I took a basic personal finance class offered through the business…