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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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Apps and podcasts we love: PocketGuard

This money management app will help you get a handle on your expenses.
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14 ways to build better money habits today

Easy ways to stop spending all your money.
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Apps and podcasts we love: Mint

A student reviews the app Mint and shares how it helped her.
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Budget like a boss in 3 easy steps

Rate this article and enter to winAs a student, you want to make sure you have enough cash to last the year, have all your necessary bills paid, and maybe even save for a...
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6 easy ways to build your credit score—and why that matters

Rate this article and enter to winWant to buy a car? Lease an apartment? Get a mortgage for a house one day? You’ve probably heard this before, but in order to take out a...
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8 proven ways to be happier that you can try today

Rate this article and enter to winMoney, fame, love, sports, chocolate—what gets you excited? For centuries, we’ve been trying to figure out what makes us happy. Psychologists, economists, theologians, and others have come at...
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The student guide to understanding credit

Rate this article and enter to winWe’re all pretty familiar with credit cards (at least, in theory), but what about credit scores, credit reports, and what it means to be deemed to have good...
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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—post-secondary life is expensive. You’re either feeling the effects now (oh hey, double shifts at the library and attending lots of irrelevant events...