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«Finance» column

Money Management

January 26th, 2013; By Kylie Nussey

Times are rough and life will throw you costly curve balls. You need to know how to manage your money and maximize your saving skills so you are ready for […]


Being Happy On a Budget

December 21st, 2012; By Susan Huebert

Do you want to be rich or poor after you finish school? You might think the answer is obvious. Very few people actually choose to be poor. Being poor means […]


Cash Advance Loans and Students – A Dangerous Mix

December 18th, 2012; By Holly Petherbridge

Are you a college student wondering how online cash advance/payday loans fit into your finances? If you are a smart college student, then you will know online payday loans are […]


Earning An Academic Scholarship

December 18th, 2012; By Colby Shipley

With rising costs of education, the competition for academic scholarships is increasing, too. Paying for your education through a scholarship you earn is an impressive way to study. You don’t […]


December Scholarships of the Month – Apply Now!

November 30th, 2012; By Jasmin Bollman

Welcome to our listing of ten new scholarships for December! Be sure to check out the information for each one to see if you are eligible to apply. 2013 is […]


Myth: I Don’t Need Money – My Parents Pay For Everything!

November 26th, 2012; By Kathleen Gerry

Many young students might think that having their parents pay for their school tuition, shelter, transportation, food, clothing, hygiene products, entertainment and anything else would provide them with enough money […]


A Five Year Degree – The Financial Benefit

November 23rd, 2012; By Jonathan Ginsburg

Many people believe that gaining a degree should take four years. Most programs at colleges and universities are designed as four year programs, often with students moving together in cohorts, […]