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  • Photo of How Can I Build Credit in College?

    How Can I Build Credit in College?

    Many students use credit cards to help build credit while they’re in college. In turn, this gives them an early start. Additionally, these tools can make your transition to post-graduation life smoother and easier. For example, an investment in a credit card security deposit can yield fruitful results down the road. Because of this, you may qualify for a mortgage…

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    The Top 6 Private Student Loans

    The time, effort, and dedication you put towards your college career may have a large impact on your success in the future. This is why it’s so worthwhile and important to invest in your college career now – even if that means taking out loans. If you’ve tried other ways to make ends meet on your college payment like grants,…

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  • Photo of SOFR: How Your Current Student Loan Rates Might Change

    SOFR: How Your Current Student Loan Rates Might Change

    On a typical day, banks lend money to customers who want to buy a home, purchase a car, and/or find the best student loan rates. After their doors close, however, banking firms will also borrow money from investors and government entities. In turn, they use those funds for daily operations, to pay back depositors, and continue to issue loans to…

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    How to Invest While You’re Still in College

    Once you’re all settled into your new college life and have a good handle on all of your classes, you might want to start looking into ways to make money. Investing while you’re in college is a great way to prepare yourself financially for the future. If you start while you’re still in college, then you’ll be able to learn…

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  • Photo of College Students: Why the Best Seasonal Jobs Are Around the Corner

    College Students: Why the Best Seasonal Jobs Are Around the Corner

    At the end of each school year, many college students try to find seasonal summer jobs. However, November’s business activity was at its strongest point in four months. In addition, many retailers started hiring for the upcoming holidays during August and September. This suggests that the best seasonal jobs this year are going to be available in the winter. Working…

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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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  • Photo of The College Freshman’s Guide to FAFSA

    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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