Money Management For
Chris Saunders Informs University Attendees How To Create A Budget
Money Management Tips For College Students
Managing a budget may not be as difficult as you might think. It may require that you change your spending habits, but with a little effort you can still hit the clubs each weekend without having to borrow spare change from your roommates.
The following suggestions are a blend of money management and good old-fashioned common sense.
If you can condition yourself to make a few changes, you’ll
be amazed at the money that you’ll be able to save each month and even
begin a modest retirement investment plan.
Eat in the dorms. If you live on campus and have already paid for meals in the cafeteria--then eat in the cafeteria! Those sandwiches and pizzas in the student center or at a fast food restaurant might not be expensive, but every penny adds up. The meals in the cafeteria have been paid for, so eat there and save that money for something else.
financial aid. Applying for
financial aid only makes sense. With low interest rates, you can live on
the money now and pay for it later. Of course, you have to qualify for the
aid. Visit your financial aid department and see if you may qualify for a
loan—or even better a grant. While you’re visiting the office, inquire
about scholarships. You will be surprised to learn that you don’t have to
be the star running back to receive a scholarship. Scholarships are
available for “average” students as well as those that excel in the
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