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Ten Things All College Kids Should Know About Cash


A guide to helping students make the most of their money.

A Good Budget Essential for College Success
For some students, sticking to a budget can be more daunting than finals. But it doesn't have to be this way if you discuss the basics, establish guidelines and schedule monthly checkups. Here's how.
How to Avoid College Credit Card Debt
Pre-paid credit cards are a type of financial training wheels. They're one way to avoid financial trouble and manage your student's spending. Here's why.
College Financial Tips to Survive And Thrive
The key to college success is simple: organize your time and money. You can't concentrate on studies if you're always fretting about money. These tips can help you handle your bucks wisely.
College Costs: Paying Your Part
Students with a financial stake in their education are usually more focused on their studies and have sharper career goals than those who don't contribute a dime. Here's the latest on where to find loans.
The Scholarship Search: A Guide
It's never too late to start searching for scholarship money. Here's how to use the Internet to find them.
529 Plan Helps You Save For College
Never underestimate the cost of a four-year education. It's too late if you're already in college, but for parents with younger children, here are the benefits.
Best- and Worst-Rated College Savings Plans
If you're just getting started on a 529 Plan, here are the latest ratings from Morningstar based on fees and flexibility.
Buying College Housing A Good Choice?
Do the math before buying your student a residence close to campus. Then think back to all the stupid stuff you did as an undergrad and ask: Do you want such idiocy played out on your property?
How To Better Deal With Homesickness
No guaranteed path to Nirvana exists for new college freshmen, but there are ways to avoid blowing your budget in an effort to ease the blues associated with the first significant time away from home.
Off to College? Don't Forget Insurance
Ignoring needed coverage for health and personal property can punch a hole in your budget. Both are affordable because most students are healthy and don't have a lot of expensive stuff.
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