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5 Personal Finance Books for College Students
Whether you’re in college, getting ready for college, or you’ve just graduated, personal finance may feel like a complete mystery. Fortunately, this time in your life is the perfect opportunity to master some of the money moves you’re just beginning to practice. Read More.
A College Student’s Guide to Saving Money
If you’re a college student feeling the pressure of midterms, you may not have much time to work and make extra cash for yourself. Even so, tuition and rent are still due each month, and if you’ve taken out student loans, you likely know the importance of setting aside some money in savings. Read More.
9 Ways to Take Control of Your College Budget
Before you head off to college in the fall, taking the time to evaluate your finances and create a budget can help keep your bank account in good shape. Here are some basic steps to help college students get started on budgeting their money. Read More.
5 Money Hacks Every College Student Should Know
College is expensive, and saving money is something most college students jump at the opportunity to do. Whether you’re a current student, a future college student or the parent of a college student, here are a few money hacks that may help. Read More.
7 Tips for Recent Graduates That You Didn’t Learn in Class
Graduation season is here once again, and as you step forth into uncertain times, there are many principles that still stand – like focusing on a successful financial future. SouthEast Bank salutes your efforts over the last four years. Read More.
What is FAFSA? And Why You Should Care
What does FAFSA stand for? FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. You must submit the FAFSA to apply for federal and state financial aid to see you through college, and it must be submitted every year that you want financial assistance. Read More.