How can I save money while on vacation?

Vacations are costly, even if you start planning months before your vacation. While you are on the trip food, activities, and nightlife can get costly. Whether you don’t want to break the bank while on vacation or want to practice affordable ways to travel, these tips can help you save money.   

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What are loans, scholarships, and grants?

Choosing the right college can be daunting. One concern students often have when applying to college is the affordability of their college tuition. They must consider how they will obtain the money needed to pay for their college education and what strings are attached to that money. Three of the most common resources students use to fund their education are loans, scholarships, and grants.

How can I save up for my next big event?

As college students, money often runs tight, but we still want to blow off steam going to fun events or activities. I often find myself wondering how I can save up some extra money to buy sports game tickets or tickets to a concert or music festival without completely changing my everyday routine. Here are some of my top tips to help you save money for an event:

How can I prepare for a vacation?

Traveling as a student can seem impossible. Between the checks from low paying university jobs and monthly allowances from parents, sometimes we must settle for a more frugal lifestyle. For students who want to travel, it may seem like vacations don’t fit in your budget, but it is very possible.  With these five tips, spring break trips will be easier on the pockets!

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What are some common credit misconceptions?

There are a lot of misconceptions around various personal finance topics. Many of this misinformation stems from confusion around credit scores and reports. Breaking through these misconceptions can help you understand what exactly credit scores are, and what purpose they serve in your financial life.  

What should I ask about a company's 401K when starting my first job?

Fantastic, you made it through college, walked across the stage at graduation, received your diploma, and got that first career job offer. What should you ask your prospective employer about benefits, specifically about retirement plans? We understand that saving for retirement is essential, and it is best to start as early as possible. However, you need to know the conditions the company you work for has regarding retirement plans. Not all companies are created equal, and not all policies are the same.