It’s that time of year again. That is to say, it’s time to gather all your paperwork, W-2’s, receipts, statements, and related documents and work on your tax forms. Consequently, here are a few key…Read More of the article "It’s Tax Season – Remember to Claim Your Education Tax Benefits"
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Winter break is often a favorite time of year for college students. It’s a chance to go home, visit family and friends, enjoy home-cooked meals, and maybe do a little holiday shopping. Unfortunately, working off…Read More of the article "Five Spending Tips to Avoid Post-Holiday Budget Woes"
You’re in college and on your own, but you may still experience the occasional financial pitfall. Below are money mistakes many students make, and some tips on how to avoid them. Financial Pitfall #1: Spending…Read More of the article "Financial Pitfalls for Students to Avoid"
If you borrowed student loans to help pay for college, you may not be required to make any payments until after you graduate or drop below half-time enrollment. That sounds like a pretty good deal;…Read More of the article "How to Save Money on Student Loan Payments While in School"
If you’re getting your first student loan or credit card, you’re likely seeing some terms you don’t recognize. A key component of being an informed consumer is understanding all those financial terms. You’ve probably heard…Read More of the article "19 Important Financial Terms You Should Know"
Spring break is a time that college students look forward to all winter. It’s your chance to escape the rigors of the classroom and relax on a warm beach or other exciting destination. Although spring…Read More of the article "Have a Great Spring Break Without Breaking the Bank"