How to Save Money on a Destination Wedding

August 22, 2008

Jetting off to an exotic location surrounded by your closest friends and family may not sound like a cheap way to tie the knot, but the truth is it can actually cost far less than a traditional wedding. If you are interested in planning a destination wedding, then here are eight tips to save you […]

Marriage and Money – A Couples Guide to Managing Money & Finding Financial Bliss

August 21, 2008

Money is one of the leading causes for martial problems and ultimately for divorce.  Although money can’t make you happy, it can certainly make you miserable, especially when you have to manage it along with your spouse. Couples that can learn how to manage their money together have a much better chance for a successful and […]

Best Credit Cards for College Students – Charge Wisely & Build Your Credit History

August 20, 2008

A review of the best credit cards for college students can have two very different outcomes depending on whether the student is responsible enough with money to pay off the bill when they sign up for a credit card. Who Should Have a Student Card?For students that will carry a balance, the best credit card […]

Your Company Thinks You’re Overpaid

August 19, 2008

Do you think it’s time for your boss to give you a promotion, pay raise, or bonus check?  Are you working like mad and feeling like your company’s not compensating you for your efforts? Join the Club! Raise Your Hand if You’re Underpaid!We’ve all probably felt that way at one point or another, an annual […]

Budgeting & Money Management Tools for College Students

August 17, 2008

For many of us college is our first experience with managing our finances completely on our own – and it can be difficult to keep everything straight. There are several cheap and easy ways to manage your money effectively without spending a lot of time on it. Here are some tools and tactics for managing […]

College Student Gadget Guide – Top 5 Most Affordable Gadgets For Students

August 15, 2008

Young people love their gadgets. I love gadgets. The problem is that they come at a premium price, and I don’t like paying a lot of money for electronics. Parents only have so much money to buy gadgets for their kids, and college students never have any money. So, I put together a list of […]

Student Health Insurance – Finding the Best Health Insurance Rates for College Students

August 15, 2008

Comparing student health insurance rates is not top of the list for most college students when preparing to leave for school. Seeing as how nearly one third of all college age Americans are uninsured, it’s obvious that it can be hard for students to pay for books/tuition plus come up with some money for health […]

College Student Savings – How to Get the most out of Student Discounts

August 14, 2008

If you’re a college student there are a wide variety of discounts available to you every day. You can use them to save money on books, computers, haircuts, pizza, airfare, and everything in between. Here are a few ways to make the most out of your student discounts: 1) Always ask for a student discount […]

College Student Car Insurance – Tips on Getting the Best Rates for Students

August 14, 2008

Being young comes at a premium price when it comes to auto insurance. Insurance companies view young people under 25 as a high risk for making claims. It’s not that they hate you. They have factual statistics to back it up. Teenage and college aged individuals are the most likely age group to get into […]

5 Inexpensive Ways To Have Fun In College

August 13, 2008

College was not too long ago for me, and there are times when I wish I could get those days back. The friends you meet, the experiences, the football games, and staying up all night are great memories that I’ll never forget. I never had much money in college. My parents didn’t give me a […]

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