Now that you are off to college, you are worry free right? NO you certainly are not. For us students that don’t have their parents transferring money into our bank accounts every month, we have to be money smart! I have had so many of my friends struggle with money while they were in college and literally had to [...]
If you’re a college student, or about to become one, chances are you’re thinking about getting a credit card. In fact, you may have already received numerous offers for student credit cards, and you’re wondering which one is the right type of credit card for you. Here’s another great article from Student Finance Domain that [...]
Getting ready for college can be an exciting and sometimes overwhelming experience. You’ve got some big decisions to make – many that you’ve never even had to consider before. Like selecting the right student banking products for your individual situation and lifestyle. Here’s a great article from www.studentfinancedomain.com that provides you with helpful advice on [...]
Finding college a little more expensive than you expected? Check out these tips to help you save cash during the college years—I’ve used a lot of them myself (and now that I’m paying of student loans, I’m finding even more!) School & Textbooks 1. Try to get a tuition discount. (Fox College Funding’s founder, Deborah [...]
Here’s a great article from the New York Times containing lots of great advice out student loans. Student loans have become an indispensable tool for families trying to pay the soaring cost of higher education, which at some private colleges and universities now tops $50,000 a year. The types of loans available fall into three [...]
Here’s a great article from Dan Brown that provides you with the best ways for students to fund there way a higher education. On average, students come out of higher education with around £17,500 worth of debt, but this need not be as scary as it sounds. By taking the available student loans and grants [...]
College students have a reputation for spending, often beyond their means. If this is true and you are buried in debt, here are three steps to get this negative balance behind you.
Every college and university has its own financial aid office and policies. The aid office is there to assist you and will be happy to answer any questions you might have about aid awards, outside scholarships, work study programs and college costs.
College is expensive, but your dinner doesn’t have to be. This article contains just ten of the hundreds of fast, affordable and healthy meal ideas perfect for the student budget and schedule. Here’s an article from education-portal.com that provides you with 10 quick and cheap meal ideas.
Here’s Katy Hopkins’ 4 great steps to follow on how to financially prepare for college. Heading off to freshman year of college is a gateway to new experiences—a time to explore academic interests, meet new people, and, for some students, embrace newfound financial independence.