"budgeting" Archive

Resources to Get Financially Fit

Let’s be real. One of the most stressful parts of “adulting” is making decisions around money. What percentage of your salary should you be saving or investing each month? How and when will you ...

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5 Tips to Break the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Cycle

Do you feel like you’re living paycheck-to-paycheck? Or feel financial pressure to save part of your monthly earning but just can’t seem to make that happen? Wake Forest alumna Shannon McLay ...

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Alumni Advice: Managing Your Personal Finances

In the following video, we hear from Sam Larsen (’16) about how she’s been able to manage her personal finances as a young professional, and tips on how to start investing your money (even if you ...

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How to Invest for Your Short-Term Goals

Let’s face it, money management is a big part of adulthood. Whether you’re paying off student loans, saving for retirement, or trying to save money towards a big purchase like a home, it can be ...

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How to Negotiate Your Salary In Your Current Job Role

By Brady Silva, (’09, MA ’11), Senior Research Manager at Bellomy, Winston-Salem, NC

What happens if you get additional, significant responsibilities added to your plate at work but no ...

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