Wisdom For Graduates: Talking Financial Fitness with Roger S Green.
School is back in session and a new group of seniors prepare for their final year of High School. At the same time, recent graduates are starting their first semester of college, and recent college graduates are headed into their careers. As each new chapter begins, there are wise decisions to be made when it comes to finances. In this discussion with Roger S. Green from Green Financial Resources we talk about the all the things these graduates can be doing to get off to a great start in life. There is a lot to think about, and starting early can make all the difference in the world!
“Your Green” is a new video and audio podcast where we cover a different topic related to your personal financial fitness. Each month we will talk with Roger S Green as he shares the knowledge he’s acquired from helping individuals and small business owners do more with their money for the last 34 years.
In this month’s episode, we talk through the words of wisdom for future graduates to consider when it comes to financial fitness.
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