Cutting the Financial Cord

Cutting the Financial Cord

Dear Christine, I have a job and my own place, but I’m still pretty financially dependent on my parents. My mother especially makes sure that I get to live this great lifestyle in the big city. Thing is, I’m not at all sure my parents can actually afford...
Be Smart With Your Money: Develop Good Habits, Part III

Be Smart With Your Money: Develop Good Habits, Part III

This post is the third in a series about developing good habits with money. In the first two posts of this series we discussed reducing your reliance on a credit card and how to begin saving regularly. The next step for college students is to manage your spending...
Be Smart With Your Money: Develop Good Habits, Part III

Be Smart With Your Money: Develop Good Habits, Part III

This post is the third in a series about developing good habits with money. In the first two posts of this series we discussed reducing your reliance on a credit card and how to begin saving regularly. The next step for college students is to manage your spending...
Be Smart With Your Money: Develop Good Habits, Part I

Be Smart With Your Money: Develop Good Habits, Part I

This post is the first in a series about developing good habits with money. No one wants to worry about money as a college student. Tuition is high enough. Then, of course, when you factor in living expenses like food, books, phone bills, transportation, and other...

The Study Break: A Weekly List of Our Favorite Distractions

• Going off to college means that it’s your responsibility to handle financial matters. Don’t be stupid with your money and read Hack College’s article about financial mistakes to learn from. • Are you wondering if you will be able to go to college...