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7 steps to pain-free budgeting

As a student, sometimes the money goes out faster than it’s coming in. Learn how to track your spending with this step-by-step guide. (Your future self will thank you.)
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How (and why) to start investing now—on any budget

If you think investing is “not for you,” this article may convince you otherwise. We take you through the basics of investing on any budget so you can start saving for your future today.
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Budget like a boss in 3 easy steps

Learn the ins and outs of budgeting including useful apps and tools and how money can help you reach long- and short-term goals.
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5 tried-and-true money saving tips for students

Rate this article and enter to winGet used to hearing this one—college is expensive. You’re either feeling the effects now (oh hey, double shifts at the library and attending lots of irrelevant events for...
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No excuse needed: Why travel is good for your health

Rate this article and enter to winWhen you’re deep into the semester and maybe exams, your future travel and vacations are likely not high priority. But the summer is not so far away, and...
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Thing of the month: LearnVest

Jasmine, Los Angeles, California“Finally, an app that makes you stop feeling so broke all the time! LearnVest helps you plan how much to spend for different occasions, whether it’s gifts, personal care, your dog’s...
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Happy spending: How to budget for a better you

Rate this article and enter to winDilemma: You have $40 left after your monthly restock of PB&J supplies; you want to tag along with your bio partner for an Intro to Rock Climbing class,...
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Breaking budget?: 6 steps to smart spending

Rate this article and enter to winWhere the money goes is a brutal mystery—unless we plan and track our spending. In a recent Student Health 101 survey, 91 percent of students thought keeping a...