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What is the difference between hard and soft credit inquiries

One of the many factors lenders consider when deciding whether to lend involves the number and types of credit inquiries made on your credit report. Learn more...

By Campus USA at 28 Apr 2020

How to Introduce Your Teenager to Banking

While the banking question is one that might not arise until your kids are teens, the education teenagers need about managing their money today is wholly different from the one you may have received when you opened your first account.

By Campus USA at 13 Apr 2020

Things Your Preschooler Should Know About Money

For some parents, the thought of teaching preschoolers about money may seem silly or too soon. However, this is one of the most vital ages to begin developing important lifelong habits regarding saving and spending money.

By Campus USA at 3 Apr 2020

Suspending Student Loan Interest: What It Means

On Friday, March 13, President Donald Trump announced he would be freezing student loan interest as part of a package of emergency executive actions designed to mitigate the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak. The unprecedented move will provide relief to the 42 million-plus Americans who owe more than $1.5 trillion in outstanding federal student loans. Read more...

By Campus USA at 24 Mar 2020

Managing Your Finances During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Managing Your Finances

Now more than ever, it’s important to keep track of your expenses to try to not spend more than you make or increase your credit card debt any more than absolutely necessary. If you feel like you live paycheck to paycheck, then now is definitely time to take a hard look at your expenses, see if you can make adjustments, and take firm control.

By Campus USA at 20 Mar 2020
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