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Why you need to get digitally organized
Digital clutter can slow down your productivity and hinder your ability to effectively manage your money. Cleaning up your digital finances can be easy. Here's how you can save money if you consolidate your finances to one bank.
The best ways to save on college textbooks
It's not a secret that college textbooks can be pricey. Here are 6 ways that may help you save on books next semester.
Expert reveals how to protect your finances
Financial expert Dr. Brad Klontz shares his tips for how you can increase your fraud IQ.
How to build your credit from scratch
If you want a good credit score, you have to earn it. Here's what you need to know to build your credit score wisely and help define who you are financially after school.
Learn about the factors that influence your credit score
Credit scores have a major impact on your finances especially when applying for a credit card or mortgage. Here are the six components that go in to calculating a credit score.
5 things college students need to know about credit
Establishing a credit history should be a priority for college students. Good credit can help you with long-term financial goals, like getting an apartment or car. Here's what you need to know to build your credit score wisely.
How a budget and a little sacrifice can put you on the road to adulthood
While student loan debt is continuing to rise, there are ways to reduce debt and start covering your educational expenses while you're school.
The key things students must do to set a budget
Heading off to college marks a pivotal point in adulthood—one that requires honing in on how to manage your money. Here are essential budget areas to help students master and create a sustainable monthly budget they can stick with.
How to have the ultimate prom on a budget
Between the outfit, the ride and the dinner-a night at your high school prom can get pricey. Set a budget and make a list on what's most important for you to have the best night with your friends. Read tips to have fun without breaking the bank.