Articles & Advice by Tag - Money Matters

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By: Connor Daniels — August 31, 2022
College can open up many opportunities. Advanced classes, intramural sports, fine arts, research internships, and other activities compete for students' time and attention. With so much going on, you might be surprised to learn that 43% of full-time college students also hold a job during the school year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, and many of those students work more than 20 hours per week.
By: SAGE Scholars — November 8, 2022
Here's a look at credit-building tools, and how to use them to earn a good credit score.
By: SAGE Scholars — September 19, 2022
What if colleges applied to you? Seems counterintuitive, right? It’s not. Here’s why.
By: Britney Cox — September 19, 2022
This article helps you navigate where to find textbooks, how to pay for them, and how to evaluate if you even need them.
By: Adison Bollman — September 6, 2022
In this brief guide, readers will learn ways to save money for their dorm room needs.
By: Norrell Edwards — January 23, 2023
Having a financial safety net in place can ensure that you're protected when a financial emergency arises.
By: Maggie Argiro — January 23, 2023
When it comes to building savings, there is a lot of trial and error. In this article, I’ll share some simple steps on how to start saving.
By: Paul Merimee — January 23, 2023
While having an emergency fund is awesome, for students, it's both easier and more practical to have a rainy-day fund.
By: Kaitlin Meyer — January 23, 2023
If you find that your expenses are quite high, here are some steps to develop a spending plan to move toward balancing your budget.
By: Mari Whitmore — January 23, 2023
This article will explore some of the perks of thrift shopping and tips for doing it well.
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