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Good Financial Habits for College Students

September 27, 2016 | The College Juice
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As a college student, healthy eating habits and solid study habits are important, but so are good financial habits. Start while you’re in college and set yourself up for success in the future.

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10 Money-Saving Hacks Your Piggy Bank Will Thank You For

September 9, 2016 | The College Juice
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Saving money can be difficult, especially in college. Here are some tips to save a few extra dollars during your time on campus.

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3 Reasons to Consider Refinancing Student Loans

August 2, 2016 | College Ave Student Loans
Infographic of amount borrowed interest and monthly payment. First column - Twenty-five thousand dollars eight years shows monthly payment of one hundred seventy-three point zero two dollars, interest six thousand six hundred nine point sixty-four dollars. Amount Borrowed ten thousand dollars. Ten years monthly payment between twenty-five and twenty thousand it lists one hundred forty-six point seven six dollars. Interest it lists seven thousand six hundred eleven point two nine dollars. For Amount Borrowed it lists ten thousand dollars. For twelve years monthly payment is one hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty cents. Interest eight thousand six hundred forty-seven dollars and seventy-six cents. Amount Borrowed ten thousand dollars. For fifteen years monthly payment of one hundred and twelve dollars and fifty-nine cents. Interest ten thousand two hundred sixty-six dollars and thirty-one cents. Amount Borrowed ten thousand dollars.

Refinancing student loans is an option worth considering for many college graduates. Here are three reasons why it might be the right decision for you.

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Infographic of amount borrowed interest and monthly payment. First column - Twenty-five thousand dollars eight years shows monthly payment of one hundred seventy-three point zero two dollars, interest six thousand six hundred nine point sixty-four dollars. Amount Borrowed ten thousand dollars. Ten years monthly payment between twenty-five and twenty thousand it lists one hundred forty-six point seven six dollars. Interest it lists seven thousand six hundred eleven point two nine dollars. For Amount Borrowed it lists ten thousand dollars. For twelve years monthly payment is one hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty cents. Interest eight thousand six hundred forty-seven dollars and seventy-six cents. Amount Borrowed ten thousand dollars. For fifteen years monthly payment of one hundred and twelve dollars and fifty-nine cents. Interest ten thousand two hundred sixty-six dollars and thirty-one cents. Amount Borrowed ten thousand dollars.

10 Easy Ways to Save Money in College

July 6, 2016 | The College Juice
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Learning to save money in college can lead to a future of good financial decisions. Try these easy tips to start saving some money.

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The College Student’s Guide to Budgeting

June 23, 2016 | The College Juice
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As a college student, it’s important to manage your money. Here’s a guide to building a budget and creating a savings plan to get you started.

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How to Reduce the Cost of Your Student Loan

June 10, 2016 | College Ave Student Loans
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Borrowing to pay for college? There are things you can do to save money on your student loan. Check out these four tips to reduce the cost of your student loan and see the impact they have with an example loan scenario.

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How To Reduce College Costs with Grants

February 22, 2016 | College Ave Student Loans
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Worried about the cost of higher education? Learn how you can find and use grants to pare down your costs before applying for federal and private student loans.

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10 Tips for Scholarship Success

December 11, 2015 | CollegeWeekLive
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College can be expensive, but you can use scholarships to help you reduce how much it costs to earn your degree.

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How to Make Extra Money in College

December 1, 2015 | CollegeWeekLive
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One thing’s for sure when it comes to college: It’s not cheap. Check out these ideas of how to earn some extra money in college.

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Tips on How to Save Money While in College

November 25, 2015 | CollegeWeekLive
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Finding it hard to make ends meet in college? You’re not alone. Try some of these creative ways to keep your piggy bank full.

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