The earlier you start saving, the better off you’ll be — no matter how little you set aside at first.
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In honor of financial literacy month, here is Why I care about financial literacy and why you should too.
I like to think that the difference between being cheap and being frugal is you get to spend money on items that you will use regularly and get a longer lifespan out of, saving money over the long term. But there are products that last roughly the same, independently of their cost.
There are plenty of creative ways in which you can make money on campus these days, and no matter what your major is, it can always be possible to squeeze out some time for a campus job.
There are many ways to get ahead financially. One of them is to buy things used and save the difference.