Credit cards are a great way to learn and manage your finances as a college student and young adult. Knowing its significance and mastering the terms will allow you to prosper financially and hopefully avoid any fees and low credit score in the future!
In college, attaining the required textbooks for courses can be stressful. These tips may be helpful for college students at any level, especially first years.
Obviously, college and life (in general) is an expensive process, however, there are a surprisingly high number of ways to get money that are not illegal and don’t require much on your part either.
At college, there can be a lot of expenses that arise from living and schooling. For example, professors may want certain textbooks or software or there may be additional costs for lab courses. Schools will also charge you fees each semester for on campus amenities like gyms and recreational centers. All this money can really add up so it’s important to be cognizant of how to save money while retaining resources for success.
Budgeting is a really important part of navigating life- especially as a young adult. In this guide we will be delving into how to go about developing a way to formulate a budget given your income, expenses and future wants and needs. It is important to try to be as strategic as possible with your funds so as to avoid the pitfalls of debt and bad credit as much as possible.