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Take Care of Your Textbook Needs in the Student Loan Marketplace!

May 4, 2012 | posted by College Money Insider.

As we mentioned last month, there are options for obtaining a textbook beyond your typical campus bookstore. Since buying textbooks can be an expensive proposition, it’s very important for students to shop around and find the best price possible. Problem is, searching through all the options can be a tedious and overwhelming experience.

Saving Big on Textbooks!

March 29, 2012 | posted by College Money Insider.

When you go off to college, you will probably have to move away from family, friends, and other treasured possessions. The silver lining is that you will likely return home with a new-found appreciation for the things you might have once overlooked. One item that you’ve surely taken for granted before college is textbooks. Your…

Tips for Students During Tax Season

March 6, 2012 | posted by College Money Insider.

College is a time of firsts. For many of you, it’s your first time living away from home. It could be your first time having a roommate. It’s maybe even your first time doing your own laundry (Hope you didn’t shrink your favorite shirt!). With March already in full swing, there’s a good chance you’re…

4 Mobile Apps to Help Track & Manage Your College Funds

February 28, 2012 | posted by College Money Insider.

We are living in the golden age of technology right now, which means that what used to be done on a desktop computer can now be done on your mobile device. Instant messaging, gaming, blog reading—you have access to all these things with just the swipe of your fingertips. While students are quick to do…

Using Your Student ID Cards to Save Big

February 14, 2012 | posted by College Money Insider.

When college freshman arrive on campus, one of the first things they have to do is get their student ID. The acquisition of a student ID is a big step —it serves as a final validation of your hard work in high school, while also signifying your membership into the campus community. The value of…