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A Glimpse in the Budgeting Life of a Midwest College Student
College comes with all sorts of lessons and learning experiences. Not only must one learn how to adjust to an accelerated academic life, but they also must adapt to living…
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A UC Berkeley Student’s Budget: First Week Blues
Back-to-school season often ignites a desire to reinvent or renew yourself. That, however, can add up to a lot of either necessary and helpful or purely impulsive spends. Along with…
It’s on the House: The Budget of a Penn State RA
For many college students, the best things in life come without a price tag. After all, who doesn’t love going to a school event just for the complimentary buffet? Why…
What’s My Car Worth, and How Should I Sell It?
What’s my car worth? Maybe this question has been going through your mind recently. Even if you drove your own car in high school, you probably didn’t drive the coolest…
A Budgeting Day in the Life of an Average College Student
Stressing about finances when starting college qualifies as #relatable. There does not exist a single new college student who doesn’t think about how much they should spend, how much might…
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The Ramen Project: A Penn State Student’s Budget on Summer Break
Home for the summer means a few things. For some it means months of relaxation and alone time. For others it means working constantly to save some money. For me,…
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The Major Differences Between Prepaid Plans and Regular Cell Phone Plans
I bet you often hear about three most popular wireless providers in the U.S. – AT&T Mobility, Verizon and T-Mobile. All of them offer a variety of prepaid and postpaid…
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Broke Bruin Budgeting
Westwood, Los Angeles: home to museums, theaters, boba places, restaurants and more hangout spots for UCLA Bruins. The city surrounding UCLA can feel like a nightmare for a Bruin’s wallet.…
How One Nursing Student Budgets Towards Her Goals
Nothing compares to the feeling of finally receiving a hard-earned diploma. High school graduates can especially relate. After four tiring years, you finally get the freedom to shape your future.…