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Category Archives: Financial education
At this time of year, you seniors are probably anxiously awaiting award letters from the schools you applied to. While receiving an award letter is exciting, it’s important that you understand how to read and interpret your awards. Your award … Continue reading
Editor’s note: New Year’s resolutions are often all about habits: creating news ones, kicking bad ones. This week, we’ll talk about money habits, and how you can make resolutions to build good habits and minimize bad habits. While resolutions are … Continue reading
Fall graduation is almost here which means soon it will be time for students to attend exit counseling sessions. When you borrow money from certain student loan programs, like the Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized loan, the federal government requires schools … Continue reading
If you’re going to college or grad school in the fall, in the next couple months you’ll be making critical decisions about how you’ll finance the next school year. There are so many different options and loans available to you;… Continue reading
One thing I truly believe is that it’s never too early or too late to take steps to get a better grasp on personal finance. (Even if you already think you know what you’re doing! J) There are tons of… Continue reading
Editor’s note: Today we’re excited to introduce Asha Richardson, a guest blogger from Youth Media International. Asha’s a Bay Area native and freshman at Mills College. She has been reporting at Youth Radio/Youth Media International for two years, and her… Continue reading