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Life after high school can be exciting. It can also be overwhelming, as young adults face new financial decisions. With literally thousands of financial blogs and websites out there, it can be difficult to know who and what to trust.
On Your Own, a sister site to HSFPP, is a nonprofit blog for young adults — presented without ads or fees of any kind — as a public service of the National Endowment for Financial Education. Teens can confidently turn to On Your Own, knowing that all information presented is free, unbiased and backed by research.
Whether you’re starting out in the real world or just looking to start fresh, On Your Own will be there as a helpful guide and your biggest cheerleader. young adults with an engaging educational experience. Personal finance doesn’t have to be boring!
Teens can visit On Your Own to learn about a range of topics, including how their credit score is calculated, how to make better money decisions, and the pros and cons of college. Each article features a list of relevant, trustworthy resources.
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