Nearly everyone has a social media account of some kind. It’s important to be aware of potential scams that aim to collect your personal data through these sites or apps. Here are some common social media scams and how to identify them.
With college graduation right around the corner, there’s a lot to think about – getting a job, where you’ll live, and when your student loan payments will start.
We all know attending college can be expensive — but we don’t always know how we’ll end up paying for it.
A new phone, a car, video games, clothes – there’s probably a lot you want to buy, but as a young adult, it can be hard to afford it all. An allowance or even a part-time job might not be enough to help you pay for all of your wants. Here are some extra income ideas that go beyond the typical fast food or babysitting job.
Just because the temperatures are rising doesn’t mean your electricity or other bills have to as well. Use these tips to enjoy the season while saving money in the process.
Financial Aid award letters might seem like they’re written in another language, but with a little know-how, it will be easier for you to decipher exactly what it says.
After weeks of searching the area for the home of your dreams – you found it, put in an offer and the seller accepted! Now that you’ve shown the seller that you intend to purchase the home, you should consider getting the home inspected.
Purchasing a new vehicle can be a stressful experience, but it doesn’t need to be.
To establish credit individually for the first time, start small and build up.
Buying a new home is exciting, but it can also feel a bit overwhelming, especially when it’s time to choose a mortgage. The good news is doing a little prep work before house hunting makes the financing portion a lot less stressful. And these days, who doesn’t want less stress?