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New Wallet Watch Episode: What
I Wish I Would’ve Known
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DaVante
Financial Expert
Posted October 2, 2019
Sometimes in order to understand why a topic is important to someone, you have to hear their story. That’s why in this new episode our hosts and special guest talk about their own personal education journeys. In addition to personal stories, they also have some big takeaways from the education series about paying for college and paths of education.

Many of us are lifelong students. Constantly learning new things through traditional and non-traditional channels of education. However you choose to learn, do your best and be passionate.

Check out the newest episode of Wallet Watch, brought to you by MSU Federal Credit Union/OU Credit Union, to hear our personal stories and things we’ve learned about education during this series. If you would like transcripts for this episode or any of our episodes, email us at financialeducation@msufcu.org. Transcripts offer an excellent way to have a copy of the tips and topics we cover in each episode.

Also, we have a raffle!* All you have to do is tag three of your friends under a podcast-related post on any of our Financial 4.0 social media outlets to be entered into the drawing.
How to Listen:
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Spotify: App and Web Player

Apple Podcast: App and iTunes

Podbean: App and Website

*Chances of winning are based on the number of entries during the sweepstake time period. Only one entry per participant will be accepted. MSU Federal Credit Union and OU Credit Union employees, board of directors, and their families are not eligible to win.

This sweepstake runs from October 2, 2019, through October 15, 2019. The winner will be drawn on October 21, 2019, by the Internal Audit department of MSU Federal Credit Union, whose decisions are final. The winner of the gift card must agree to sign a release form allowing MSU Federal Credit Union to use his/her name for promotional purposes for Financial 4.0 and any future MSUFCU promotional materials.

MSUFCU is not responsible for any damage caused to entrants' mobile device due to participation in the sweepstake. MSUFCU reserves the right to cancel the online component of the contest should it become technically corrupted, and the winner will be chosen from all eligible entries received prior to that time.

Winner understands that prizes may not be substituted or assigned.

Entrants agree by entering that unless prohibited by law, MSU Federal Credit Union may use, if entrant is a winner, entrant's name, city and state of residence, photograph, and likeness for advertising trade and any other purposes in any media now or hereafter known without further compensation, permission, or notification. Entrants further agree that the aforementioned parties and all of their respective officers, directors, shareholders, employees, representatives, and agents will have no liability and will be held harmless by entrant for any claim, action, liability, loss, injury, or damage to entrant or any other person or entity, including, without limitation, personal injury or death to entrant or any other person or damage to personal or real property, due in whole or in part. MSUFCU maintains the right to change or modify these rules at any time without notice.
Sources:
https://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/loans/student-loans/missed-free-financial-aid/

mccourt.georgetown.edu/New-CEW-Report#

thesimpledollar.com/why-you-should-consider-trade-school-instead-of-college/

nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/indicator_cha.asp

goodjobsdata.org/good-jobs-data/

https://www.degreequery.com/trade-school-vs-community-college/
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