Articles & Advice by Tag - Financial Literacy

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By: Paul Merimee — November 21, 2022
Managing finances in college can be challenging. This article is here to ease that stress and give you a few helpful tips to maximize your savings in college.
By: Dr. Gwendolyn Maria Parrish — January 25, 2023
You may be hearing a lot about financial wellness right now, and it's more than just a buzzword. There's a lot that goes into building a solid and secure financial future. Learn all you may need to know, and those things you didn't know you needed, here.
By: Al Dickenson — February 7, 2023
More often than not, offers given to you are rarely the best offer possible. Check this article out to learn how to advocate for yourself and obtain the best possible offer.
By: Dr. Gwendolyn Maria Parrish — February 7, 2023
Now that you have enrolled in your school of choice, you need to start researching banks that offer the best rates for students so that you can begin managing your money effectively.
By: Ryan Adams — February 13, 2023
Poor financial habits set a weak foundation for your future because, whether you like it or not, money is integral to survive and thrive. Adopting and adhering to the basic principles listed in this article will create a financial foundation for yourself.
By: Heather Rech — February 13, 2023
In this article, we will consider the impact of money management, financial support, and student loan debt alongside questions that students can ask themselves or discuss with their families as they make a financial plan for college.
By: Kaitlin Meyer — February 16, 2023
Wondering how to introduce your high schooler to budgeting? This article will provide tips for creating a first budget.
By: Kaitlin Meyer — February 21, 2023
What exactly is inflation and how does it affect the economy and your finances? This article breaks down the basics of inflation.
By: Jessica Dickenson — February 22, 2023
Being denied loans may seem like a nightmare, but there are ways that you can prevent it and some steps that you can take if your application is rejected.
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