I’m so glad I finally took the first step at prioritizing travel by setting up a travel savings fund for my future trips. I know it will be a lot easier to make them happen when I have the money ready and waiting. Plus I won’t have to deal with any guilt over spending that money on something fun!
Wondering about the best gifts to give the young adults in your life?
Whether it’s a new grad, a wedding, or house warming gift you’re looking for, giving a financial gift can be a great idea.
Personally, when I graduated, I was beyond grateful for the financial gifts I received that would help me afford all the things I needed.
Back then, financial gifts were mostly given in the form of cash and gift cards. But, if you’re looking for financial gifts for young adults today, here are a few other ideas you can choose from.
If you’ve been keeping up at all with my personal debt updates, you might know that my student loan is the debt that’s on the chopping block right now.
I’ve been doing everything I can to get my student loan paid off ASAP.
Because I’ve come far in my journey with paying off debt, and because I’ve increased my income significantly over the past few years, I am hoping to have my student loan paid off in just a couple more months. Woohoo!!
I also feel super lucky because I didn’t have to take out nearly as much in student loan debt as many of my peers. I had some help from my parents to pay for college, and I also got scholarships and worked my way through school too.
But, not everyone has these luxuries. If you’re one of 40% of adults under age 30 with student loan debt, here are some ways you can save money on student loans.