|Saving and Spending 101: What College Students Need to Know About Loans and Budgeting (Wednesday, November 18, 2015 @ 1PM ET)|
AICPA research has shown that, while college students give themselves high marks for their financial management skills, only two-in-five actually follow a monthly budget. Additionally, 68 percent of Americans who have student loans or whose children have student loans regret the way that they financed college.
Many college students need help developing better financial habits and understanding their loans. On the bright side, AICPA research has found that more than 8-in-10 (84 percent) students say they are extremely or very interested in learning how to make better personal financial decisions.
AICPA National Financial Literacy Commission members Michael Eisenberg, CPA/PFS, and Kelley Long, CPA/PFS, will provide attendees with the best practices and free tools they use to improve their financial lives and pass ‘Saving and Spending 101.’
This free webcast is a great opportunity for college students, parents and those with student loans to learn tips and techniques to take charge of their finances.
--PLEASE NOTE: THIS WEBCAST DOES NOT OFFER CPE CREDIT--