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Financial Literacy & Resources

What does it mean to be financially literate?

Do you know how to budget? How much you should save? What it means to have good credit?

It’s never too early to begin to practice and learn good money management, especially with the challenges in today’s economy. We know everyone begins at a different place when it comes to financial literacy and that it can be difficult to talk about money. That’s why we’ve pulled together various resources that can help you learn on your own and at your own pace.

Want more? Throughout your time at Agnes Scott, there will be numerous events to help you build your own knowledge. Past events have included Money Smart Workshops by the Office of Financial Aid; Preparing for Life After College sessions through Professional Success; and Truist Financial Confidence Programs.

Start Your Learning Here….

Prepare Your Budget…

  • The Balance for Quick Guides on Budgeting and Investing
  • Bankrate to compare rates on loans, savings accounts and credit cards

Keep Your Credit Check…

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