Personal Banking | Education
Your first step: Opening a student checking and savings account
Learning to manage daily expenses as an adult can seem overwhelming, but the key is to break it down into small, easy steps. Opening a student bank account could be one of the first steps a freshman takes. Here are some important things to consider.
How to pick a major that can help pay you back
It’s a big financial return, but college is also a big investment, especially when you’re not quite sure what to major in. Luckily, there are a few ways to start answering those questions and pick a major that can help pay you back.
Is college the only path? Picking the education that's best for you
Depending on your goals and interests, you could be happy and successful without a traditional four-year degree. Here’s a look at what your higher education path can mean for your future career – and some tips for calculating the return on investment (ROI).
How to pay for your most important college moments
Developing a plan is one of the most important steps to saving money as a college student. Here are a few suggestions for getting the most out of your college years—without breaking the bank.
How much of your monthly income should go to rent?
What percentage of your income should go to rent? The most popular rule of thumb suggests a maximum of 30% of your gross income.
How much should I have in an emergency fund?
Learn about how much money you should have in an emergency fund and how to prepare for unexpected financial situations.
How to plan a wedding on a budget
Learn how to plan a wedding on a budget. Here are some ways you can have a beautiful celebration and still save money in the process.
How can I save up for a car?
Find out how to save money for a car and how to budget your monthly car payments.
How to make a budget that works for you
A monthly budget can help you keep track of your spending so you can reduce debt, grow your savings, and improve your credit health for a brighter financial future.