Posts Tagged ‘college’

  For many young adults, their college years often mean big changes, and it can give them their first true taste of living in the real world. As such, many college students opt for their first credit cards during this time. For those students who have yet to establish their credit, they may need to […]

Choosing a career that’s right for you is a huge decision, and there is a lot to consider. Focusing on what you’re good at and what you’re interested in is a good place to start, but it goes beyond that. Because most Americans will spend more than 40 years working, it’s ideal to pick a […]

  For many young adults moving out on their own for the first time to attend college, living on campus isn’t their first choice. And depending on the area and the specific college, it’s not unusual for dorm room expenses to be costlier than off-campus housing options. But as a student venturing into the real […]

Moving out on your own and renting your first apartment can be an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. After all, moving is almost always a major life transition, but it can be especially overwhelming when it’s the first time you’ll be out on your own. The following tips can help anyone who […]

Moving out on your own and renting your first apartment can be an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. After all, moving is almost always a major life transition, but it can be especially overwhelming when it’s the first time you’ll be out on your own. The following tips can help anyone who […]

Once you become a parent, your budgeting, spending habits, and entire financial situation will usually change. It doesn’t matter if you have a newborn baby or if your child is all grown up and just went off to college—you’ll always want to do what’s best for them. But there are some financial moves that can […]

A lot of people steer clear from college and opt for technical training because they don’t have time (or simply don’t want to) spend four years before they’re finished with school. Although most bachelor degree programs were designed to be finished in four years, you may have some other options, which can help accelerate the […]

Although buying a home can be a sound investment, it can also be too expensive for someone on a tight budget. There is a lot to consider, including the down payment, closing costs, insurance, property taxes, and so on. This is why so many people just prefer to rent, even if they do have the […]

If you’re working during your college years, it can also be a great time to begin establishing credit. When used responsibility, a credit card can be one good way to establish and build up credit. If you know that you’re financially prepared to take on the responsibility of your first credit card while you’re still […]

These days, most colleges not only offer students the option to take a lot of their courses online, but also give students the opportunity to complete entire degree programs online. If you have a busy schedule or sitting in a classroom just isn’t for you, you may have considered attending college online. But this method […]