Videos | November 27, 2012

Your first salary

First jobs are an important landmark in life – not least for the pay cheque.


And starting to get a regular income is a timely opportunity to build smart money habits that might see you get ahead later in life.
As this video for ING’s Be Good at Money campaign says: “Before you start spending like a maniac, take a deep breath and turn on that brain that’s got you this far.”

Money smarts
Put your first wages to work by:

  • Getting smart about spending
  • Setting targets
  • Creating a financial safety net
  • Avoiding unnecessary borrowing
  • Building savvy financial habits
SavingBudgetJobsGoal setting

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