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Financial Literacy for Students

 

Managing your finances can be overwhelming – and if you’re like most undergraduates, you may never have done this for yourself before.

The Financial Aid Team is providing this Financial Wellness Web site to help you understand how to manage your student loans, personal finances, and how to create and maintain good credit. Here you’ll find the tools and services you need to build good financial habits now to carry into the future.

 

Join SaltMoney.org to receive help with loans, repayment, money management and get great deals and helpful hints on all types of money issues. And don’t forget to follow them on twitter @SALT_Money

MyMoney.gov has helpful hints, tools, and quizzes to help you manage your money.

Catch up with what the Financial Aid Team is up to in regards to Best Practices in Financial Literacy:Plymouth State University, New Hampshire

Take our new CashCourse, which provides information that will help you make informed financial decisions throughout your college years and into your professional life.

Talk with FAFSA and the Department of Education ONLINE! @FAFSA, @USedgov, @EdPostSecondary, and FederalStudentAid on Facebook.

Keep up with PSU’s Financial Aid Team with ”Ask Caitlyn and our $MART Facebook page. Or how about @PSUFinAidTeam?

Come visit our new $MART Library and check out any number of books on personal finance.

Visit our Gifts from Heart and Hand blog, which provides students and the community with low cost gift ideas that don’t break the bank.

Participate in the $MART ProgramContact the Financial Aid Team for more information!


 

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