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Volume 6, Issue 1 – Welcome back! Do you need your refund?
Volume 6, Issue 2 – Do it in the Dark, make $50 last 10 days

Volume 5, Issue 1 – Need your refund? Dropping a class? Know the facts!
Volume 5, Issue 2 -  Don’t be tricked – Know your credit score
Volume 5, Issue 3 – Is skipping class ‘$MART’?
Volume 5, Issue 4 – Holiday budgeting tips
Volume 5, Issue 5 – File your FAFSA and start applying for scholarships now!
Volume 5, Issue 6 – What is a Tax Transcript?
Volume 5, Issue 7 – What you need to know if living off-campus
Volume 5, Issue 8 – Tips for summer savings

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