Top 10 Money Tips Every Freshman Should Know
July 22, 2015
Oak Ridge, N.J. – July 22, 2015— As college students head to campus for the fall semester, money management should be on their personal syllabus, according to Lakeland Bank. The bank has released ten money-saving tips to help college students get an early start on securing their financial future.
“It’s important for college students to recognize and take control of their spending and saving habits,” said Thomas Shara, president and CEO. “They should treat personal finance like a second major and began building a foundation for their financial future now rather than waiting until they graduate.”
Lakeland Bank offers the following tips to help college students form responsible money management skills:
Through its social media channels, the Bank also offers college related educational blogs and videos for students and parents. Recent blogs include “Setting Up a Dorm Room – How to Save When Packing for College” and “Tips on How Students Can Manage Money at College”. Visit LakelandBank.com or Facebook to learn more.
About Lakeland Bank
Lakeland Bancorp (LBAI), the holding company for Lakeland Bank, has $3.6 billion in total assets with 48 branch offices, five regional lending centers, and two loan production offices spanning Bergen, Essex, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren counties in New Jersey, and the Hudson Valley region of New York. Lakeland Bank is the second largest commercial bank headquartered in the state and offers an extensive array of consumer and commercial products and services, including online and mobile banking, localized commercial lending teams, and 24-hour or less turnaround time on consumer loan applications. For more information about the full line of products and services, visit LakelandBank.com.