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Experts Reveal How to Improve Your Credit Score After College

If you’ve just graduated from college, or you will in the next year, one of the first things you want to do is check your credit score to make sure there’s nothing on there that will prevent you from getting the job you want. What’s that you say? Your credit score is irrelevant unless you […]

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3 Reasons to Become a Resident Advisor


When I transferred to college as a junior, I was lucky to receive housing. At some institutions your odds of obtaining an on-campus place diminish depending on how many credits you have. This can be stressful for students who wish to live in a secure campus building or for those who are unfamiliar with a […]

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6 Free Online Money Management Tools


Managing your money is all about keeping organized and what better way to do so than an online software designed for your needs and accessible anywhere there’s Internet. Money is the leading cause of stress for Americans, so it’s worthwhile to build good money habits early. Make sure you’re not spending more than your income […]

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10 Ways To Save Money in College


There’s one thing I know I could have done better while away at school—save money. During the months I spent away from home, my credit card was my best friend, and I spent a ton on books, clothes, food, and fun stuff. Had I noticed and admitted my spending problem at the time, I would […]

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6 Tips On How to Manage Your Money While In College


Freedom! Having been to college, I have to admit that’s the first thing I thought on my first day of school my freshman year. I was armed with a backpack full of books and a brand-spanking new Wells Fargo student credit card. I felt to independent and grown up. And every time my dad reminded […]

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