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Money Saving Tips for Savvy College Students

Money Saving Tips for Savvy College Students.

College years are a transitional time into the “real world.” Not only will you learn skill sets to gain employment, but you will learn life skills as you start living on your own. Now is the perfect time to start building a financial foundation that sets the course for the rest of your life. The following tips will help you become a money savvy college student.

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Wealth Management Spotlight: Roth or Pre-Tax, Part 1 of 2


You’ve probably heard the term “Roth” associated with your 401(k) Plan. Most plans now offer two types of participant contributions. There are deferral contributions made on a pre-tax basis referred to as pre-tax contributions. Then there are deferrals made on an after-tax basis and referred to as Roth contributions. Many people are unsure whether they should contribute to their 401(k) plan on a pre-tax or Roth basis.

Learn more about making contributions on a pre-tax or Roth basis:

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