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I wasn’t schooled in the fundamentals of wealth creation upon my entrance into college and probably many of you. I must say that most of my financial education hinged on observing what took place in my household. We were very frugal (Shopped in bulk, cut coupons, and carried a grocery list) and had to make […]
The costs are accrued from going to college or university has increased hugely over the last ten years, with rises in tuition fees and also a rising cost in the standard of living. Students who plan to study at college will need to plan very carefully and astutely if they are avoid excessive debts. Before […]
When you are in college, money can be tight and everyone knows that. Even if you got a lot of financial aid to help you cover your educational costs or you took out loans, you will still need to have some extra spending money. Things come up that you have to pay for. There are […]