More than half of college students have a checking account and nearly a quarter have multiple credit cards. But do they know how to use them?
This week: how to fight against getting into fights, how to have some local fun and spend less doing it, why the only good home security system is one that barks, seven questions you’re not asking yourself that you should, and eight financial tips for freshmen.
Leaving your college-bound child on your family’s insurance policy could be very wise or a costly mistake. Here’s how to decide.
Tradition and emotion often cause people to overspend. Who says you should pay three months’ salary for an engagement ring?
College costs a bundle, but at least your student ID will entitle you to discounts on laptops, food, cellphone plans and lots of other stuff.
Meanwhile, states and schools haven’t offered more aid to help families keep pace with rising college costs.
This week: why it’s OK to pay $200 for a haircut, how inflation helps the rich, why credit cards aren’t evil, 29 work-from-home careers, and 10 things you didn’t learn in college but should have.