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Tips on avoiding identity theft
Aug 22, 2017
Identity theft, sometimes called identity fraud, is extremely serious. Yet, reports say it happens to Americans every two ...
Why you should work on building your credit in college
Aug 20, 2017
Setting off for college gives you a fresh start and renewed energy. You'll have the opportunity to get involved in a new ...
Still have an outstanding tuition balance? What to do and not to do
Aug 09, 2017
Your tuition deadline has passed, but you still have a balance due on your account at your college. What do you do? We are ...
How to ask for a raise and what to do with your extra cash
Jun 27, 2017
First, a word of warning: the vast majority of employees believe that they deserve a raise. We all want more money!
Credit: What Really Does and (Doesn’t) Matter
Jun 14, 2017
Your credit history can impact whether you’re approved to open credit card accounts in your name, or if you can secure ...
Things college students shouldn't spend money on
Feb 11, 2017
If you’re working to save money or develop a budget, the first (and ultimately, most important!) piece of advice is this: ...
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