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August 9, 2018


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August 8, 2018


Pursing post-secondary education is NOT just about getting your degree or diploma. College is a great time to develop different habits such as how you budget your time, budget your money and much more. We’ll share some money budgeting and money management habits that will help you throughout college and the rest of your life.

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[VIDEO] Budgeting 101

October 31, 2018

How to Create a Budget

1. Know your take-home pay.   The first step to creating a budget is knowing how much money you have available. Be sure to build your budget around your take-home pay (the amount of money in your pocket after deductions for things like taxes, retirement contributions, or health insurance).     2. Choose a timeframe

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December 20, 2017

6 Awesome College Money Habits That Will Save Your Wallet

By: Bryan Lee, UHEAA Pursing post-secondary education is NOT just about getting your degree or diploma. College is a great time to develop different habits such as how you budget your time, budget your money and much more. Today, I want to share some money saving habits that you can learn while you’re in college that will help you throughout

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December 19, 2017

5 Things to Consider When Choosing to Work During College

By Katie Wornek, UHEAA If you’re thinking about working while attending college, you’re definitely not alone. A 2015 Georgetown University study found that 70% of college students work during college. Beyond providing money to help you pay for school, working at a job will help you gain valuable real-world skills and feel invested in your

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August 24, 2017

Living & Lifestyle Expenses

Living expenses are costs associated with meeting your personal needs. Living expenses typically include, but are not limited to housing, utilities, food, transportation, and personal care. Consider the items in the infographic below when budgeting for your living and lifestyle expenses.