Articles & Advice by Tag - financial literacy

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It’s Never Too Early
The Five Principles of Financial Literacy

Succeeding financially, both during and after college, requires cultivating financial literacy. Financial literacy refers to the knowledge and skills needed to make well-informed financial decisions.

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Learning About Financial Literacy While in College

Financial literacy, however, is your understanding of the difference between what items are needed vs. wanted. Knowing the difference will help your long-term financial well- being.

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Promoting Financial Wellness in College

Financial Safety Net Another long-term goal to set you up well after college is to try and build a financial safety net.

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Financial Dangers as A College Student

Financial Overextension: Next to the dangers of a credit card is the ability to overextend your financial capability. We all know that life is always busy and stressful as a student.

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Principles for Building a Financial Foundation

…life without being indebted to financial institutions, which is not so enjoyable.

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Financial Pitfalls to Avoid as a College Student

As a college student, it's important to know about and avoid financial pitfalls that could derail your financial goals or lead to debt that can be hard to dig out of later.

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Advocating for Your Financial Benefit in Three Situations

School Financial Aid Offices: Most, if not all schools, have an office dedicated to students' financial aid benefits.

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Banking Options for College Students: Planning for Financial Success

Knowing how to manage your money will help you when planning for long-term financial success. Maintaining financial well-being will also support your academic success. It's true!…

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Loan Loopholes for Parents of Borrowers Through the SAVE Plan

By actively engaging with this initiative, parents can secure their financial future, ensuring that their children's education does not come at the cost of their own financial stability.

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