The Big Bucks : How to Manage Money Now That You're On Your Own
Book Description Every year approximately 460,000 people under the age of 35 years old declare bankruptcy. In the last decade, loan debt has risen 142% for college students.1 The Big Bucks will explain in clear, conversational language the basics of money management-from credit cards to checking accounts to leases on cars. This is the info students need to know as they head off to college. It's the perfect graduation gift for any student in your church or school!
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