Personal Finance



Personal finance is one of the most important skills in life. Articles in this category explore various ways to save money, budget for expenses, and prepare for a financially secure future. Whether you are a student or an adult, personal finance is applicable to everyone. It can be challenging to navigate your way through filing taxes or opening retirement accounts, but with the power of compound interest, starting young can help you to double or even triple your money in the future!

Benjamin Franklin

“A penny saved is a penny earned”

Founding Father

John Wesley

“Earn as much as you can, save as much as you can, invest as much as you can, give as much as you can.”

Cleric, theologian, evangelist

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Dealer Counting Money

Money Motivated

By Christi Wright
Summer/Fall 2018

“Five out of six Americans make impulse purchases and 20% who have gone this route admit to spending $1,000 or more on a whim.” Learn new tips to prevent overspending and start saving.

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How Credit Can Affect You After College

By Vraj Parikh

Winter 2020

Everyone’s heard of credit. However, you might want to consider building up your credit score soon as it will influence your eligibility for loans, interest rates, and more. Learn more today. 

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What is the Financial Future of Millennials? 

By Leslie Walker

Winter 2019

Is it really the fault of the younger generations when it comes to their reckless spending? What can help build financial stability for our younger generations? Learn more here. 

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