Personal Finance

28
Nov
6 Ways to Save Money When You Move to Off-Campus Housing

If you plan on moving off campus into an apartment or home, there are some ways you can save money. Moving doesn't always have to be expensive and you are probably working with a limited budget anyways.Below, we will go over some ways that you can save money and things that you do not need […]

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26
Nov
6 Helpful Money Lessons You Need to Know in College

As you prepare to go to college, you probably didn't think much about money and how to pay for things. As time moves on and you're in college, you will quickly see how expensive things can be. It is important that you understand some of the basic money lessons to help you manage your money […]

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25
Nov
Taxes FAQ for Students: Your Questions Answered

When it comes down to it, you don't want to worry about taxes, but it is something that everyone must do. Before you panic, we will go over some of the most frequently asked tax questions that students have.It is important that you remember that you must file your taxes and you cannot just decide […]

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24
Nov
5 Simple Ways to Tame Your Grocery Bill

Grocery shopping is a hassle for many people and it also means paying a large bill before you can head home. If you find that you are paying a lot out of pocket for your grocery bill, there may be some ways that you can tame it down a bit.Below, we will go over some […]

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22
Nov
The 5 Biggest Financial Mistakes People in Their 30s Make

When you were growing up, you never really had much of a concept of age and how much money you had at that age, but now as you grow older and into your 30s, you know how important money is.While they say that money does not buy happiness, many people would say it gets you […]

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21
Nov
10 Black Friday Secrets That Are Borderline Genius

Black Friday is the most hyped shopping day of the year. Retailers slash prices to outdo their competitors and open at the wee hours of the morning to welcome the massive crowds. Since 2001, Black Friday has been the single biggest day in retail according to the National Federation of Retailers. Despite the high markdowns […]

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18
Nov
7 Strategies to Save Money in College

Wouldn’t it be nice to go to college and when you graduate have a nice savings on hand? You can actually save money while you are going to college and the changes you can make are not that difficult to do in the first place. Below, we will go over some of the things you […]

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17
Nov
6 Ways to Be The Savviest Black Friday Shopper

As Black Friday quickly approaches, you want to make sure that you are not over spending and sending your bank account into the negative, but how can you resist all of the deals, right?While some deals may seem great, did you know that some of the items go on sale for lower prices than on […]

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16
Nov
6 Ways to Avoid Going Into Debt This Holiday Season

The holidays are a time for celebration, but it may be hard to do any type of celebrating once you receive the bills. It is important to make sure that you are not going above your budget and finding yourself in debt after the holiday season.Below, we will go over some ways that you can […]

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15
Nov
4 Tax Tips for Recent Grads

Once you graduate college, you will eventually need to sit down and do your taxes. But, let’s face it. Taxes are not fun and now that you have graduated, they will be even more confusing.Whether this is your first-time filling out your taxes or you are just scared of what you need to do, the […]

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