Living on a budget is typically associated with pain and sacrifice. Have you heard the term “Ramen Budget”?
(Do you really want to be eating Ramen every night? Me neither… there has to be a better way!)
Here are ten simple rules to make living on a budget a bit more manageable and avoid the Ramen diet.
With summer just wrapping up, it is important to reflect upon the great memories made. One such memory for my family and I was our first trip to the Slinger Super Speedway this past August.
Are you an adult considering college who needs financial help? Whether an adult student is enrolling in college for the first time or returning to school after a break, they should apply for federal student aid. Federal student aid can help a student of any age cover their education expenses. Adult students do often have misconceptions about their eligibility. Some of the more common myths are outlined below.
For new students, transfer students and returning students with financial need, there are opportunities to work on campus within the Federal Work Study program. The Federal Work Study program is a Federal Student Aid program intended to provide jobs for eligible students who need financial assistance to attend college. This opportunity can help you to gain the necessary experience for a future career. For example, have you ever wanted to work in an office setting but only have experience working in fast food or factories?