Financial advice from the nation's top grads

NEW YORK -- It's graduation season. That means hordes of newly-minted MBA students and undergraduate business majors will soon be entering the work force.


Young adults, and everyone else for that matter, shouldn't forget those thrifty philosophies after they move into a higher income bracket, said Brandon Garrett, 22. He recently graduated with the highest grade point average from Texas Tech University's personal financial planning program.

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