Your Post-Pandemic Finances: How to Prepare for Reopening

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As businesses slowly begin to reopen across the country, it finally seems as though there may be a light – though still distantly – at the end of the tunnel. While we seem to still be a long way away from returning to “normal,” the start of businesses reopening signals at least a financial shift.

FAFSA Tips for Divorced Parents: What You Need to Know

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The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application opens Oct. 1. Federal student aid is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning you’ll want to file as early as possible. But for some families, filing can be tricky.

How to Turn Bad Debt into Good Debt

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The more you know about debt, the more it will work for you instead of against you. With so much financial misinformation in our society, many people think of debt as a dirty word or something to be feared. Both are untrue. All debt is good debt until it becomes unmanageable. The key to turning […]

Why Your Credit Score Is Important as a Student

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When you’re attending college you have a lot to worry about, such as tuition, assignments, and a part-time job or work-study job. Most importantly, you are starting to build the path of what direction your life is going to go in.