Don’t blow your budget; the savings start at home when it comes to back to school shopping.
Post-grad students face even greater financial challenges than those hitting campus for the first time and often take a cut in earnings in order to study. Here are a few tips and resources for making going back to school more affordable for adults.
Frosh week, the annual event-filled bash held to kick off the school year, is meant to help students acclimate to campus. But beware the marketing tactics designed to make you sign up and spend, from cable upgrades to credit cards.
Looking to score some summer cash? Check out this week’s top tips and headlines.
For many students trying to afford university, summer is a prime time for padding that bank account. Here are 5 tips for making the most of your student savings.
Students are notoriously cash-strapped. Need a hand managing your finances for the term? Take RateSupermarket.ca’s survey – you could WIN a $2,500 scholarship!
The costs of tuition are going up – and getting through post secondary school with minimal debt levels takes a certain amount of financial savvy. However, a TD survey shows that 28 per cent of students still spend the majority of their money on entertainment. Establishing smart money management before heading off to school can make all the difference between graduating debt-free or a lifetime in the red.