Advice & News

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 […]

Posted in: Personal Finance,
27
Nov
FedLoan Servicing Review – Refinancing Can Help

FedLoan Servicing was started by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, or PHEAA, to service federal loans offered by the government. The PHEAA is one of the nation’s largest providers of financial aid services for students including student loan origination, student loan servicing, student aid programs, and more. The PHEAA created FedLoan Servicing and AES

Posted in: Student Loans,
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 […]

Posted in: Personal Finance,
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 […]

Posted in: Personal Finance,
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 […]

Posted in: Personal Finance,
24
Nov
6 Things Millennials Can Do to Eliminate Student Loan Debt

Student loan debt is something that every student wishes he or she did not have. Although you may have loan debt once you graduate college, you can pay it off quickly and painlessly a number of different ways.While the most obvious way to pay off student loans fast is by making payments to your loan provider, […]

Posted in: Student Loans,
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 […]

Posted in: Personal Finance,
Tags: personal finance,
21
Nov
5 College Essay Topics to Avoid

As the time approaches for you to go to college, you are looking at your applications and almost all of them require an essay from you. What are you going to write about?If you thought thinking about a good topic and delivering the right response was for high school English, you were incorrect. You will […]

Posted in: Scholarships,
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 […]

Posted in: Personal Finance,
Tags: black friday,
20
Nov
8 Myths About the FAFSA

When it comes time to go to college, you may believe some of the most common FAFSA myths that exist out there. It is never a good idea to believe what you hear. You should always research it to make sure it is a valid point. If this is your first time applying for federal […]

Posted in: Financial Aid,
Tags: FAFSA,