How To Build A Wardrobe on a Budget

Entering college is the chance to begin anew. You will be entering a new environment, surrounded by new people and new experiences. It could be the chance for you to re-invent yourself, if you so choose. This would involve a new wardrobe. While shopping for new clothes to begin your college career can be an exciting thought, bringing it into realit...

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Avoid an Empty Wallet During College

College and money go hand in hand. One day we’re paying college tuition bills, the next we’re stocking up on groceries and toiletries, and the day after that we’re treating ourselves to a well-earned shopping spree. It is a never-ending circle that can become vicious in a short amount of time if you are only emptying your bank account and not...

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Good Jobs for College Students

So you’ve decided to juggle both a college academic schedule as well as a part time job? First off I commend you for taking on a heavier workload than many other people your age. Second as a college student who has always held a part time job I have a few tips for you, and some suggestions on the best jobs for college students. Remember that whil...

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How To Save Money As A College Student

During my sophomore year of college, I began to truly understand the meaning of the phrase “broke college student.” I’d gone from living in a dorm my freshmen year to an on campus apartment, which meant that I could no longer use a meal plan, according to my school’s rules. This meant that the money I did have often went to grocerie...

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12 Best Jobs For College Students

Whether you’re putting yourself through school or you’re on a tight allowance and want some “fun” money at some point you may need a job. What are the best jobs for college students and ways to earn a few extra bucks to help you get through your college years? Below you’ll find some of the best jobs for college students who want to wo...

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The Modern Day Piggy Bank: 4 Ways To Save During College

Remember the days when saving your pennies and dimes actually made a difference? Getting a quarter from the tooth fairy was a big deal and your weekly allowance of 5 dollars was big bucks. Sadly those days of financial simplicity are over, but saving money is always in style. Your first year of college can be overwhelming enough without having to w...

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How to Avoid Being a Broke College Student

After paying for tuition, books, and supplies for your dorm, your wallet might feel a little empty. No one wants to be the one friend that can’t go to a concert or to the movies because they don’t have enough money. When you first start college, it can be hard to find a balance between spending and saving especially since your parents a...

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4 Simple Tips for Saving While in College

College may be the most difficult time to save, but it sets the tone for your entire financial future. Advance planning now will make security all the more attainable down the road. Expenses, both expected- like clothing, rent and food-and unexpected, like car repairs or family weddings, come fast and furious as soon as you’re out of school, and...

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