Category Archive for: Money Management
If you’re getting your first student loan or credit card, you’re likely seeing some words and terms you may not recognize. A key component of being a smart and informed consumer is understanding all of…Read More of the article "19 Important Financial Terms You Should Know"
Undergraduate students graduate with an average of $30,000 in student loan debt. This amount can feel overwhelming, but there are several ways to save money on your student loans, both while you are in school…Read More of the article "How To Save Money On Your Student Loans"
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"
Recent surveys and studies suggest that many young adults lack basic money management skills. Too often, students enter college at a loss for managing their personal finances. College may be the first opportunity you have to…Read More of the article "Learning to Budget for a Brighter Future"
Considering paying off your student loan debt with your tax return or just a lump sum of money? There can be more to larger payments than meets the eye. Follow these steps to learn how…Read More of the article "How to Use Your Tax Return Effectively to Reduce Student Loan Payments"
When you’ve recently entered the workforce, balancing student loan payments with your budget can be a challenge – particularly if you have a standard entry-level salary. As the cost of higher education continues to rise,…Read More of the article "A Young Professional’s Guide to Repaying Student Loans"
The first few years after college can be a challenge for anyone. Between finding a job and a place to live, paying down student loans, and maybe even starting a family, the financial decisions you…Read More of the article "Financial Literacy for Millennials: Tips for Making Smart Financial Decisions in Your 20s and 30s"