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Heading to college is an exciting time, but it’s also an important time for your finances.
Here’s what happens when you spend more than you have in your checking account — plus tips to avoid doing it.
These plans can help you manage your student loan repayments, but it's important to know the pros, cons, and eligibility requirements.
The key to staying on top of your finances in college is to become a well-informed, thoughtful money-manager.
Learn how one college grad paid off $28,000 in three years — and if you should consider an accelerated payment plan.
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