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Spending $936 on lunch
The report is official: the average American spends $936 each year by going out for lunch (as reported by Visa\'s survey at More)
Student ID = Discounts!
When you're a college student, finances are tight - hence the familiar college staple, the Ramen Noodle diet.  And if you're a working student with a family to (More)
Saving Money by Cutting Cable
For most people, myself included, when I look at ways in which I can cut back every month, the buck stops when it comes to my cable.  After all, if I'm (More)
Financial Aid and Tuition Updates
Your educational expenses play a huge role in overall financial literacy, so it's important to be aware of any changes to costs or funding as you progr (More)
The Sandwich Generation
Taking charge of your finances is usually not just about the individual; whether you're married, planning to get married, or have kids, your financial health can and will affect the lives of those around you.    To take it one step further, the Ame (More)
The Best of the Week
As we wrap up Financial Literacy Week here at Franklin, we wanted to share some highlights of the week's events: All of the workshops from this past week have been recorded via FranklinLive!, and are accessibMore)
Seven questions has two articles, each with seven questions, that will 1) More)
Hey graduates - do you know how to handle your money?
It's graduation season for many, and certainly a time to celebrate!  But the hard work is not done yet... Having a plan in place to handle all your financial responsibilities is crucial to repaying or avoiding debt, and building wealth.  If you ha (More)
March Madness for your money has a great article on how to apply March Madness bracketology to y (More)
Living below your means = benefits for years to come
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