Mom and Dad getting upset at your spending habits? Sick of being a broke college student? Here are three ways to save money on things you already do on a regular basis!
College is definitely the most notorious time when people are unanimously BROKE. You still want to shop, go out, go on spring break, and have a great time, but you just do not have the money. Here are some great ways to save money and still live it up. The number one way to save [ Read More ]
Have you ever been stranded because of a popped tired? Don’t let a flat ruin your day or evening; follow these SIMPLE steps that teach you how to change a tire all by yourself so you can get back on the road as fast as possible. Don’t pay for Triple A, fix it yourself!
Wondering if you should open a credit card in college? Not sure if you can handle paying your own bills? Check out these money managing tips which will help you to pay your bills on time and build your credit score. The last thing you want to do is damage your credit score by not paying your bills on time so read up on how to save money during the month and how to manage all of your bills.
Need a little extra money after tuition’s been paid off? Learn what a refund check is and how you can be eligible to receive one. If you are thinking of spending your refund check the minute it comes in the mail, maybe you should think twice; consider these reasons for saving the money instead!
Trying to save money in the new year? Need your cash from your last job to last you for the rest of the year? How to save money, plan your finances, and work with what you’ve got to make the most of your college experience! If you are having trouble managing your finances, take the new year as an opportunity to do just that!
It’s always awkward to talk to a friend (who is financially stable) about being cheap. It’s inevitably annoying to always pay more and lose out when hanging out with that friend because they’re cheap. This article offers advice on how to deal with a cheap friend so that your friendship isn’t doomed without having to engage in an awkward conversation!
If you’re on a budget and on-the-go, then some smart shopping can supply you with a week’s worth of food for $30—that’s under $5 a day!