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Experts offer money advice college grads need to hear but never get


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Do new college graduates need to work with a financial advisor?

Based on the number of financial subjects they don’t understand, according to advisors, the answer is yes.

“The first thing [new grads] don’t get is that they qualify to work with an advisor,” said Katelyn Bombardiere, certified financial planner with Commas, in Cincinnati.

Bombardiere helps young adults navigate the world of employment, educating them on choosing employee benefits such as 401(k) plans – how to use them to save, choose investing options within and see if there is an after-tax, Roth option. She also explains different insurance choices, the value of using health savings accounts and…


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