The price tag for a college education can be substantial. Check out some ways to lower your costs.
It happens the start of every semester. Credit card representatives blanket campus with t-shirts, coffee mugs and other gifts to entice students to apply for a card.
Students who need to borrow money for college can feel intimidated. There are Perkins loans, Stafford loans, unsubsidized loans, the FAFSA, and other factors to consider.
Today’s college graduates are walking away from college life with more than their degree. Upon graduation, the average undergraduate has accumulated over $3,173 in debt on credit cards alone.
Graduating from college is a major milestone in a person’s life. Money doesn’t guarantee happiness, but proper money management can prevent a lot of unhappiness.
You’ve heard it over and over again from financial planners, “Track your spending!” Recording expenditures, for even a month, allows us to become much more effective money managers.
Do you have patience and a sense of adventure? If so, you can save big on vision treatment, dental care, legal services, massage therapy, and other services right in your home town.
Any of us could use some extra cash in the form of a surprise little windfall. Take 15 minutes to search for possible “unclaimed” monies owed to you.
As the saying goes, “Anything worthwhile is never easy.” Paying down debt or reducing your debt is no exception.
Have you ever been turned down for a loan or an apartment lease and wondered why? It could be due to your credit history.