It’s back to classes, Trojans, and we’re all still wishing it was summer. But chances are, you’re getting ready to start the first day of class and making grand plans to make this semester a winner: taking good notes, studying before the morning of your test, and actually making it to that 8AM class regularly. But despite our best efforts, it can be hard to stick to these plans, no matter how great they look on paper. Here are 5 ways to crush this semester (that will actually stick!)
The stars have aligned and finally, instead of just watching those house hunting shows, it’s your turn to being the search for your first home.
There’s a lot more to homeownership than paying the mortgage loan.
Credit cards are convenient, powerful tools to help build your credit, make big purchases, and practice financial responsibility. But credit cards can be complicated. From interest rates, to balance transfers, to late fees and due dates, keeping up with all of the info is a lot. Here’s 4 tips that every credit card user should know:
The new semester is fast approaching and students and parents are starting to make decisions about college costs. According to ConsumerReports.org and StudentLoanHero.com, parents and students alike should weigh the total costs beyond just tuition and housing in their decision process.
With its endless catalog of items, competitive prices, and lightning fast shipping, it’s no surprise that Amazon has taken the online shopping world by storm. And with Amazon Prime day coming up on June 15th and 16th, shoppers in search of a good deal are in full-preparation mode. But how can you make sure you’re getting the best deal on Prime Day? Here’s 4 tips to be a Prime Day Pro.