College is a time of new found freedom for many students. But that can spell trouble if that freedom applies to personal finances too. Students need to understand basic money management skills such as living within a budget and handling credit and debt. A solid financial foundation can lead to a lifetime of financial success.
Summer is supposed to be the time of sunny days and warm nights. Instead, most American adults equate summer with financial anxiety, according to a new telephone survey conducted for the AICPA by Harris Poll. The costs of summer are stressful for everyone. The following tips that you can use right away to get started saving for and reducing summer vacation expenses.
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Financial Topics for College Students
- Budgeting and Saving
- Career Planning
- Charitable Giving
- College Costs
- College Savings Options
- College Savings Plans 529
- Credit Cards
- Financial Aid
- Financial Reform
- Going to College as an Adult
- Health Care and Health Insurance
- How to Talk to Your Children About Money
- Investment Products