Travel is a large part of a college student's life. Everyday, college students have to travel to and from campus. At least once a week, they travel to the grocery store. In addition, they travel home at least once a year. With so much travel, the … [Read more...] about 7 Ways to Save Money on College Transportation
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by KevinThis is a guest post from Kevin at No Debt Plan. He writes to show you how to get out of debt and invest for the future.The old adage in personal finance for emergency funds has typically had two or three sides. For individuals (one … [Read more...] about Should Your Emergency Fund Be Affected By Your Location?
Just a heads-up that I'm looking for guest posts to cover me during the following week or two. Combining a really painful back problem (and neck pain and a very twitchy eye) with midterms and a load of other classwork, I just can't keep up with new … [Read more...] about Clever Dude is out of commission for now
On Friday, I walked into a Verizon Wireless store just to check out some phones in person, but walked out with a new Blackberry Storm. At least this wasn't as big of a purchase as when I went to the Acura lot looking for a used Volvo...and drove away … [Read more...] about Blackberry Owner for a Day: Why it wasn’t worth it
Recently while heading to the Washington Metro station kiosk to load up my SmartTrip card for my daily commute, I saw a somewhat confused couple at one of the kiosks. I don't think they quite understood how to add money to their card, but they seemed … [Read more...] about I could have kept that $20. Would you have? [Ethical Quandry]
How would you like to sample the best of the best across 12 categories. From Kobe beef and truffles to $30,000/night hotel rooms, I think that many of the most expensive, "fanciest" items in the world are more about the experience and feeling rather … [Read more...] about Benjamin Wallace on “The Price of Happiness”