June 17, 2015

Your Questions Answered: Michelle Singletary On Young Adults And Money

By Erica R. Hendry

Michelle Singletary answers questions about money after our June 17 show.

Michelle Singletary answers questions about money after our June 17 show.

Recent grads are loaded with lessons from high school and college, parents and older friends. But one thing they’re often missing: Good information about their money and debt, and how to manage it.

As graduation season comes to an end, we asked financial experts about what advice you should be giving the recent grads in your life.  The Washington Post’s Michelle Singeltary also took your questions in our Facebook Q&A after the show. Here are some highlights.

On Finding Grants For College

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On Going Back To College

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On Loan Interest Rates

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What About Advice For Those That Don’t Make A Lot Of Money?

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Is More Debt Worth It For A “Better” School?

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How Can I Get Financially Literate?

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Want more? Read our full Q&A or listen to our full hour on young adults and money. 

 

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