What are some financial tips and tricks that a 20-year-old should know?

Although I personally have decided a degree isn't for me, I recommend WGU for people who are going back to school. It's online. The degree options are very limited (teaching, nursing, and comp sci IIRC...) but check it out. Tuition is cheaper than a lot of community colleges, there are supportive mentors (and r/WGU), and it is self-paced. And it does't sound like it would be accredited, but it is. You can get a few credits quickly out of the way and then transfer if that's what you want with no problem especially since the degree options are, again, limited. I dropped out but it was for reasons unrelated to the actual school.

It's also great for those with health problems since it's online and self-paced.

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