Helping Students with Money Matters

Freedom From Debt: Your Guide to Loan Repayment After College

As you begin your financial journey post college, paying back your student loans will play a big part in tackling your finances. Repayment options are important topics to consider when you are planning for life after college. Also, important to note is the end of the three year repayment pause post-pandemic. Interest will resume for…

Understanding APR: A Key Factor in Financial Decision-Making

By Khayriddin Muradov It’s critical for college students to better their understanding of financial literacy ideas to be prepared for the complex world out there. APR, or Annual Percentage Rate, is one such important piece of financial literacy. When making financial decisions, it is crucial to comprehend APR because of its impact on borrowing expenses…

Budgeting Tips for Living Off-Campus

Do you find yourself living off-campus this year? Perhaps you’ve opted to get an apartment with your friends, or maybe you’ve decided to live at Emory’s Clairmont campus. Either way, you want to have as much savings as possible. How do you manage this with seemingly so many more expenses? 

Found Financial Advice on Tiktok? Where to Go Next?  

We have all found ourselves there. We have just gotten comfy on the couch or settled in our beds, with the pillows just how we like them, ice water in hand. Whether you are waiting around or it is just before bed, you start scrolling on Tiktok and a video pops up of someone giving…

Intro to Taxes – The Bare Bones Rundown

“Taxes, the most exciting and fun personal finance topic” – said no one ever In all seriousness, taxes are foundational to the American financial system and involve a plethora of complex accounting methods. They are often extremely overwhelming to current college students and recent graduates since there are so many different tax forms and reporting…

Bank Accounts 101

Ah, the good old checking and savings accounts, which many of you likely already have. They may seem very intuitive but looking closer at them we can identify the unique features of each as well as the downsides to be aware of.

Where to Start Planning for Retirement as a College Student

It is never too early to start planning for your retirement and financial independence. We all want to have a comfortable amount of wealth once we leave the work force to pursue other activities like volunteering, golf, and travel without the constant worry of running out of money. Fortunately, you can incorporate some of the…


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