We know that finances are often the biggest obstacle when making the decision to begin or return to college, but having a bachelor’s degree can significantly increase your lifetime earning potential. However, choosing to invest in your future by getting your degree may still require planning, saving, and a whole lot of dedication. The good news is, if you’re worried about how you’re going to pay for your education, there are lots of easy ways to start saving right now.
We wanted to provide some useful action items for anyone who is concerned with paying for college, so we asked our accounting instructor, Brian Aurand, for his best tips for saving money and positioning yourself for financial success. From understanding compound interest, to simple saving techniques, Brian gave us a great list of tips to financially prepare you to finish your degree.
Don’t forget to check out our other white paper to learn more about the value of getting a college degree!