Shannon’s Shout Outs: Graduation Edition

shannonsshoutoutsGraduation season is upon us! Are you graduating this year — or know anyone who is? If so, take a look at these shout outs! You’ll find some reads on how to handle finances after graduation, how to pay off student loans, and how to guy graduation gifts on the cheap.

How to Navigate the Financial World after Graduation (The Heavy Purse)
Once you walk across the stage with your new degree, will you know what to do with your finances? Here a few tips to help.

25 Personal Finance Resources Every College Grad Should Read (The Dough Roller)
Optimize your finances by staying up to date on personal finance blogs and websites. Here are some resources you should follow.

New Pay As You Earn Student Loan Program (My Dollar Plan)
Just a few months after graduation, student loan bills start coming in. Luckily, there’s a new program that allows you to pay as you earn!

College Grads: Avoid these 401(k) Mistakes at Your First Job (Bargaineering)
Starting your first professional job? One of the benefits of this is the 401(k) plan. Find out how to handle your 401(k) here.

Graduation Gifts for Less (Farnoosh.tv)
If you have a graduate in your life, you don’t have to spend a fortune to celebrate! Here are some great gift ideas that are budget-friendly.

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After you’re finished reading these great posts, don’t forget to check out some of our latest guest posts…

Bible Money Matters — 4 Tips for Paying Off Credit Cards
Credit.com — How to Pay off a Mountain of Credit Card Debt
Credit.com — Quick Fixes to Help Your House Sell for More
Forbes — How to Build a Trusted Online Financial Services Company
Ms. Career Girl — Money Makeover Series: Ready to Launch

…and some of the websites and blogs who were kind enough to mention us in the past week!

Confessions of a Finance Flunk
Lifehacker
MSN Money
Reach Financial Independence
Yahoo! Finance

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