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Money Tips for College Students


How to Get Rid of Student Loans

You can get rid of student loans faster with forgiveness programs, refinancing, and smart savings. Read on to learn more about your options.

While in college, it's normal to have help from parents or student loans in order to pay the monthly bills. So graduating and taking your first steps into the “real world” is often a very scary experience. This infographic helps to spell out the ...

Higher Education: Economic Boon or Bubble?

With the economic downturn of recent years, many Americans are wondering if a college degree is the answer to their employment woes.

Student Guide to Credit Cards

College students: avoid crippling debt and build a solid credit history with our infographic guide to credit cards. Learn how to be responsible here.

Most respondents to a recent CreditDonkey.com survey said they learned key finance concepts in high school. Despite all the reports about poor financial literacy buzz among adults and debates over when teens should learn money management skills, ...



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    How to Make Money in College

    Working while attending college is easier than ever before. And you don't need to settle for a traditional job. Keep reading to find the right for you plus other tips on saving money.

    Average IQ by Country

    The United States ranks 24th in the world in IQ scores. Which country is the smartest? And what do IQ tests actually measure? Keep reading to learn more.

    Benefits of College

    The average college graduate leaves college with a whopping $37,000 in debt. That figure alone is enough to make you rethink your decision to go to college. But do the benefits outweigh the cost?

    Negative Effects of Homework

    Experts say that students should have no more than 10 minutes of homework per grade, starting in the 1st grade. Many students have much more homework than this, though, and it could be detrimental.

    Benefits of Reading

    Reading makes you smarter, more confident, and better able to hold a conversation. Do you read enough to earn these benefits?

    How Much Does it Cost to Go to Harvard

    It can cost as much as $270,000 to attend Harvard for a four-year degree. However, Harvard gives out a lot of financial aid based on student needs.

    Benefits of Studying Abroad

    Just about 10% of US graduates study abroad, despite the numerous benefits of doing so. Students who study abroad not only benefit their education and further their career, but they also grow personally.

    How Much Does it Cost to Take the GRE

    Taking the GRE is a big decision not just academically, but financially too. It can be a big financial burden if you don't prepare yourself ahead of time for the costs.

    Millennials Age Range and Characteristics

    News headline and cranky uncles love to blame Millennials for just about everything. But who are Millennials? And is everything really their fault? We separate fact from fiction below.

    Obama Student Loan Forgiveness

    Student loan forgiveness involves more than just signing up and having your debt forgiven. Learn what you need to do and some pitfalls to avoid.

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