8 Things New Grads Don't Yet Know About Saving Money

Ignoring these personal finance tips can have costly consequences.

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If experience is indeed the best teacher, then 2014’s new grads are learning a lot of valuable lessons about money management as they settle into the real world. However, waiting to learn everything on your own can prove costly.

Here are eight things that most new grads don’t yet know about saving money -- but should. The payoffs can be significant and immediate.

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Neal M. Sweeney
Contributing Writer, Kiplinger.com