The Missing Semester Helps 2014 Graduates Make Wiser Financial Choices

PR Newswire

PITTSBURGH, May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 1.6 million students will graduate college in 2014, 3.3 million more will graduate high school (20 percent of whom will go directly to the working world).  100% will make decisions about money – decisions that have consequences. The Missing Semester is an award-winning financial guide written for recent and soon-to-be graduates that teaches them the fundamentals of loans, debt and investing in terms they can understand.

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"The­­ Missing Semester gives young adults the facts on how to manage and take ownership of their finances.  This book is a gift every graduating student should receive."

Richard A. Dioli
Director of Schools
Sacred Heart Schools
Atherton, CA

"The Missing Semester is a must read for any college student close to graduation.  This accessible book is the central text in our financial literacy program at Allegheny College.  If our young people had this book 20 years ago, it could have helped avert the 2008 financial crisis.  This book is as much a public service as it is a fun read."

Chris Allison
CEO, Tollgrade Communications, Inc. (retired)
Entrepreneur-In-Residence and Member, Board of Trustees
Allegheny College

See the impact The Missing Semester is having by reviewing the professional and student testimonials on the book's website:  Make "The Missing Semester" this year's graduation gift.

Mary Leigh Howell
Gene Natali


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