DEC
20
Money Tips for College Students

If you’re just wrapping up your first semester at college and you’re headed home for winter break, now is a great time to take a look at how you did financially. Did you make through with a few pennies to spare or did you barely survive?

College is the first time many young adults are responsible for their own finances, and they often have to maneuver this new realm with little guidance.

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Category: Money


DEC
19
How To Save for Anything

If you need to make any kind of down payment on something, chances are you’ll need to save up. Even if you don’t have a big purchase planned, it’s smart to create an emergency fund now so you’ll be ready when the time comes.

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Category: Money


OCT
09
An Easy 9 Step Budget Process

Budgeting can often seem like a dirty word. It conjures up images of eating ramen every day and having no fun at all. It feels restrictive, like you’ll always have to say, “No, I can’t.

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Category: Money


SEP
04
5 Credit Card Fees to Watch Out For

Credit cards are helpful tools. Many come with rewards for using them, making them even more desirable. If you’ve had an unexpected expense and your emergency fund is a little light, a credit card can get you through that rough patch.

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Category: Credit, Money


SEP
03
Millennials Lack Financial Literacy

A recent study has found that although millennials are better equipped to make positive changes than previous generations, many lack financial literacy. As a result, money is their biggest worry.

The survey by BMO Wealth Management found that 65% of millennials are most concerned by their current financial situation.

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Category: Money


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