Financial Advice for Recent College Graduates

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Financial advice for recent college graduates is easy. Graduates who are street smart enough to take the advice is rare.

Wealth management is the small changes over a long period of time that have a great effect. Here are the starter articles for 20-somethings to get the job of wealth management done.

Learning to Live on Your Own, Part 1

Learning to Live on Your Own, Part 2

Essential Financial Advice for College Graduates

Financially Savvy Kittens on Goal Setting and Keeping

Fund a Teenager’s Million-Dollar Retirement

Multiple Accounts: An Essential Management Tool

Mailbag: Is there a certain Roth you recommend?

Marotta’s 2012 Gone-Fishing Portfolio

Rich Dad, Rich Daughter

Video: Seven Financial Vows for Marital Bliss

Before You Say “I Do”: Money & Marriage

One Income: The Fiscal Challenges for Stay-At-Home Moms and Dads

Your Parents’ Estate Plan Part 1: Why You Need to Know

Your Parents’ Estate Plan Part 2: What You Need to Know

Full-Nest Syndrome

Helping New Graduates Get a Financial Life
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David John Marotta is the Founder and President of Marotta Wealth Management. He played for the State Department chess team at age 11, graduated from Stanford, taught Computer and Information Science, and still loves math and strategy games. In addition to his financial writing, David is a co-author of The Haunting of Bob Cratchit.