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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Yesterday, I told you about my conversation with my niece regarding the difference between debit and credit. This reminded me of what my parents taught me when I entered college and got my first credit card: It was three simple… Continue reading
I recently asked my niece if she could tell me how a credit card works. She’s a pretty smart cookie, but she’s also not old enough to have a credit card yet. So it wasn’t a surprise when she described… Continue reading
As I continue to prep for my getaway next week, I wanted to share even more tips from our bloggers on vacationing. Be sure to chime in with your own advice, too! Ben A wise boss once told me two… Continue reading
I need a vacation. It’s time for a little break from the daily grind. And while I’m not able to afford an extravagant two week stint somewhere spendy right now, it’s still good to have a little something to look… Continue reading
It’s so easy to spend money once you graduate from college. For one, you feel a little bit entitled. After living like a student for four years, you’ve earned your degree and you may want to finally own some new… Continue reading
These days it seems there are lots of articles about ways to make the college experience more affordable—and here at the Student LoanDown, we’re always advocating money management, responsible spending, etc. However, when it comes to college, I do think… Continue reading