The Student’s Guide to Personal Finance

Monday, Feb. 9th 2009 8:53 AM

We recently published a guide to personal finance for students.

The Student's Guide to Personal Finance.

We would love to hear your feedback about it, and if you think your readers would appreciate it, please help spread the word. 🙂

Posted by Giovanna | in Finance | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “The Student’s Guide to Personal Finance”

  1. Meaghan Says:

    Thanks for the guide! I think many people (not just students) would appreciate reading it!

  2. Jacob Cook Says:

    No matter what the dos and don’t may be when it comes to debt, the cost of an education at in state or out of state tuition is out of control. It took me 10 years to pay back my student loans and it was in no way worth it considering the job market. All of this will be resolved through online education I believe. Good article and yes I do agree that a better understanding would help a small portion. If you are at college and you are not on daddy and mommey’s dime you already have a pretty good sense of financial responsibility. IMO

  3. Deadbeat Super Affiliate reviewer Says:

    I must agree with Jacob.. cost of education is rising and the Guide to personal finance is a very good tool for the newly emancipated student.. However, I would suggest that as parents we better prepare our junior and senior High school students a little more about money management during their last two years of HS.. By giving them a set allowance and requiring that they cover the cost of school events and be responsible for shopping for their own groceries, they begin to learn a little about money management.

    Great Student Guide.. but time to add somemore to it.. now that everyone is struggling financially, and rising gasoline prices.

  4. john stewart Says:

    really jacob is true
    No matter what the dos and don’t is also once it involves debt, the price of AN education at in state or out of state tuition is out of management. It took Pine Tree State ten years to pay back my student loans and it absolutely was in no manner worthwhile considering the work market. All of this can be resolved through on-line education i feel. sensible article and affirmative I do agree that a higher understanding would facilitate alittle portion. If you’re at school and you’re not on father and mommey’s dime you have already got a reasonably judgment of economic responsibility. IMO

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