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    The Best Car Insurance for College Students

    One of the last things on your mind when you’re a college student is car insurance. You probably focus most of your energy towards grades, rent, and student loans. If you have a car, then it’s important that you also make car insurance one of your top priorities – this will help you avoid bad credit ratings and the build…

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    Buying Textbooks on a Budget

    Every college freshman is warned about the high cost of textbooks, and they never really get it until they buy their first textbook and have to shell out $150. However, this is actually unavoidable, as you should be able to find options that are less than half the price. Here's how.

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  • Photo of Realistic Essential Budgeting Elements for the Broke College Student

    Realistic Essential Budgeting Elements for the Broke College Student

    When you don't have much money to start with, it's really hard to make a budget and stick to it. However, there are some nonnegotiable items in your budget that you need to take care of before everything. If these elements aren't prioritized, you'll find yourself in a deeper hole, getting behind on bills, and with nothing for emergencies. Broke…

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    Should You Consolidate Your Student Loans?

    According to NBC News, over 44.7 million Americans have student loan debt. If you’re one of those 44.7 million, then you might be looking for easier and faster ways to pay off your debt. You’re not alone. One of the biggest stressors for millennials is having to repay back their student loans. It’s a nagging presence that can’t be ignored…

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    The College Freshman’s Guide to FAFSA

    Making the decision to go to college is already a scary one, and the weight of finding a way to pay for it can be even more frightening. Fortunately, the government provides you with some sort of solution, even if it means repaying with your first born child. FAFSA is Federal Student Aid, which comes in the form of grants…

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