When it comes to paying for college, grants are free money. Here, we outline the difference between federal and state grants, review deadlines, and offer application tips to help you get as many grants as possible.
Everyone should understand credit and the factors that impact a credit score—including college students. Here, we explore everything you need to know.
Understanding these concepts before graduating—Credit, Investing, Budgeting, Student Loans, and Security—will set college students up for financial success.
At its heart, a budget is simply a plan that you use to spend your money, and budgeting is the process of creating that plan by balancing your income (money in) against your expenses (money out).
This quiz will test how well you know emergency funds, including how much you should have saved, where you should keep it, and what counts as an emergency.
If you’re on the job hunt, keep your eyes peeled for these five employer benefits that can help you pay off your student loans.
Parents want their college student children covered in case of an emergency. But there’s a case to be made against “emergency credit cards” in college.
If you’re using the Blast gaming app to make money by playing games, these 7 tips can help you get as much value as possible out of your Blast account.
If you want to get paid simply for playing games on your phone, the Blast game app can help you do just that. It’s as easy as: Play games, get paid, save money.
Want to help your child afford college, but can’t pay for tuition? Here are 7 ways that parents can help their kids avoid student loans when money is tight.