Below are the recommended five main areas to begin how to manage your money while in college. Click on the Topic link to find detailed information about each cateogry.
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Determine your financial goals, identify where you money goes, track spending and learn about online banking.
Important information about new credit card laws, how to compare credit offers & develop important credit card skills.
Understand how student loan repayment works and how to manage other debt.
Learn about various ways to save, how to make your money work for you and practical savings tips.
Know the signs and what to do when it happens to you.
If you work on campus and take at least 6 credit hours, you are exempt from FICA taxes.
If you are a full-time student, single and earn less than $9,350 in 2010, you can be exempt from paying MD taxes.
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• Students spend over $5 billion on clothing and shoes each year.
• Many students take more than four years to graduate college because of financial problems.
• A daily coffee and muffin cost you over $1,300 a year.
• If you save $5 each day when you are a freshman you will have $7,300 when you graduate.
• Your credit score affects your ability to get a job after you graduate.
• About 20% of identity theft happens to someone under the age of 30 by someone they know.
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