I think double majoring / double minoring is simply not going to allow you to graduate in four years. You have to remember, to get the majors for both, you have to fulfill all the requirements. Usually general education is like, 40 hours or so, then each major has its own number of hours, and so do minors. Take a look at a couple of schools you're interested in, figure out exactly how many credits you're looking at there. 120 credit hours = bachelor's degree. If you're looking at like, 135-140, you're not going to be able to do that in four years. If you want to pay for all those extra credits, go for it, but if you're counting on financial aid, that won't cover summer classes and it usually have a four year limit. Do some more research into it. Think about what's really worth it. Why are you considering majoring in philosophy? What does that do for you? Why are you minoring in mathematics and economics when you're majoring in finance? Minimize your overlap, because it seems like you have a lot of that going on.