Money Saving Advice for Graduates

Available for Interviews: Harry Abrahamsen.

Harry J. Abrahamsen is Founder & CEO Abrahamsen Financial Group. His company offers customized wealth management solutions—creating plans and portfolios that protect, preserve, and grow client’s wealth. He was selected as one of the ten most dependable Wealth Managers in the Mid-Atlantic as published in Forbes magazine. 


Talking Points from Harry Abramhamsen on
How Graduates Can Save Money During this Challenging Times

Students are finally graduating and are now turning a new page in their chapter in life. Understanding various money strategies can significantly impact their financial success in the real world. It is equally important to start to save money to build up short-term liquidity. All too often people will throw all the money they have at their debt ignoring building short liquidity. The old saying that “cash is king” really applies here. Start a monthly saving habit and stick to it. Do not worry about a rate of return, because it is a short-term strategy.  This money may be needed for an emergency or to purchase a new home or condo. One of the early traps is “investing” into a risky investment so the money can grow—to potentially lose money to market volatility. 

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Money-Saving Advice for New Grads During Challenging Times

Interview Kathleen E. Owings.

Financial Advisor, Kathleen Owings can discuss the topic of how to go about finding and hiring the right financial planner for your individual or family needs.


Some Key Talking Points From Kathleen Owings
on Money-Saving Advice for New Grads:

    • Navigating the job market can present its own challenges during a pandemic, but we are also in unique times thanks to technology. Perhaps a new grad is not networking at a job fair in person, but those types of events have moved to a virtual job fair. Look for those same opportunities that you would pursue in-person and see if they have been moved online.

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