New residents have to allocate for rent, food, utilities, student loans, transportation and so much more. Here are some pointers for them.
Six-figure student-loan burdens can discourage underrepresented minorities and lower-income students, who are likelier to work in underserved areas.
Residents can benefit from a variety of insurance options, the counsel of a seasoned financial advisor and skills in employee-contract negotiations.
Residents should read disability policies’ fine print to ensure that the plans cover both their current income and future earning potential.
As pressing as that student-loan debt may seem, residents should also keep their eyes set on building a firm financial future.