Updated: 10:53 AM It’s been a week since New Year’s and I hope you all have been sticking to the resolutions you’ve made for yourself.
Updated: 3:33 PM It beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, and 2012 is coming to a close.
Posted: 7:00 AM Instead of buying a gift for everyone try these ideas…
Updated: 10:05 PM As the Thanksgiving leftovers start disappearing you may notice the sound of sweet Christmas tunes in the air.
Posted: 8:58 AM One of the biggest expenses when living on your own would have to be utilities. Here are some tips on saving money right inside your own home.
Posted: 10:51 AM Drink coffee at home, not Starbucks.
Posted: 7:13 AM Spending a night on the town can rack up a nice fat bill that will leave you feeling sick the next day... So if you’re someone who likes to enjoy a beverage now and then, but doesn’t want to pay the big bucks, check this out!
Updated: 11:35 AM Life in college can be rough as you try to keep your grades up, stay social, and pay of your student loans off
Posted: 7:05 AM College can provide a lot of free time with winter, spring, and summer break, and this is the perfect opportunity for students to travel.
Posted: 9:44 AM When spending your money you have your priorities like school, shelter, food, and gas for your car.
Posted: 9:00 AM Save money by couponing!
Updated: 9:22 AM Money Saving Tips: Tailgating
Posted: 8:48 AM One of the harsh reality checks that happened when I came to school was how expensive food is.
Updated: 10:00 PM I was talking to some of my guy friends this week and one of the topics that came up was how expensive dating can be.
Updated: 7:45 PM “A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned” –Benjamin Franklin
Updated: 7:43 PM The school year is finally beginning.
Posted: 1:39 PM The school year is just about to kick off, which means moving in, reuniting with friends, and buying new school supplies including textbooks. I wish times were more like elementary school. You would get a kit with all your folders and pens, and then you would receive all your textbooks for the year. Instead, each semester I have to spend a couple hundred dollars on books that I may not even use.