Archive for the ‘Student Finance’ Category

Tax Breaks Every Student Should Know

Thursday, February 21st, 2019
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Tax filing season just recently began and although filers have until April 15th, it’s never too early to get started and turn in all your required paperwork. If you’re a student filing taxes, you should know that there are multiple credits and deductions you can take advantage of to save money this season. Here are a few tax breaks every student should know.  (more…)

How Students Can Save Money at College

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018
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With the school year beginning or about to begin for students across the country, many college kids are looking for ways to save money during the year. We’re here to help! Here are some tips for college students to save a buck here and there!  (more…)

What Car Brands Have Discounts for College Graduates?

Thursday, July 5th, 2018
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Are you a recent college graduate looking to get a new car? Lucky for you, many automaker brands offer discounts for recent or soon-to-be college graduates for new cars to help make the transition from academic to professional a little easier! Here are some brands that offer discounts!  (more…)

Can student loans hurt your credit score?

Friday, July 21st, 2017
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How do student loans affect credit?

For many people just out of college, student loans are a gigantic weight around their neck. 44.2 million Americans have student loan debt to pay back, and overall they owe $1.44 trillion. These huge numbers show that student loans are just a part of getting a degree for most of America. Your student loans affect many aspects of your life, like your credit score. (more…)

Reasons to Build Credit

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017
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Importance of having a credit score

For those just starting out, the world of credit and financing can be confusing. There are many different claims about the importance of credit and the best ways to build it. If you have taken out a loan in the past, whether it was for school or a car, you will already have credit built. In order to maintain a good credit score, you have to make your monthly payment. It is likely that you will have to establish credit, but how you go about it can affect your ability to qualify for loans in the future. (more…)

How Can I Teach Kids About Money and Finance?

Monday, September 26th, 2016
Teaching Children About Money and Finance

Teaching Children About Money and Finance

It’s never too early to start teaching children about money and finance, but what is the best way to model and teach important financial principles? If you have ever asked “How can I teach kids about money and finance?” here are a few ideas to help you get started helping your children learn about budgeting, saving, and making good spending choices.  (more…)

Can I Get a Car Loan with No Credit?

Friday, September 9th, 2016
No Credit Car Loans in Green Bay WI

Whether you are a young person starting out, or something has wiped away your credit history, you may be struggling to get a car loan without credit. Fortunately, here at Broadway Auto Credit, the answer to the question “Can I Get a Car Loan with No Credit?” is yes. Keep reading to learn more about no credit car loans in Green Bay WI. (more…)

Who Can Be a Cosigner?

Friday, May 6th, 2016
Who Can Be a Cosigner?

What is a cosigner? A cosigner is a person with good credit who signs on a loan so that someone with minimal or bad credit can get a loan. The cosigner can help someone get much better financing than they otherwise would be able to receive, but the cosigner must be willing to accept responsibility for the loan if the main person cannot pay it back. But who can be a cosigner? (more…)

What Student Aid Should You Apply For?

Friday, April 15th, 2016
What is FAFSA?

Students all across the Unites States are working their way steadily toward the end of the school year. For many, that signifies nothing but the glorious days of summer. For others, it means applying for colleges, and working on the most effective ways to pay for classes for the coming fall. If you or a student in your life is considering what student aid you should apply for, keep reading to learn what is FAFSA, and other common student finance questions. (more…)

Why is Insurance So Expensive for Teen Drivers?

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
Why is insurance so expensive for teen drivers?

It’s illegal to drive without car insurance, but new drivers have some of the highest rates of everyone on the road. So what gives? The basic fact is that teen drivers are more likely to end up in an accident, so insurance companies charge more for their policies. We’ll break down what that looks like and what you can do about it. (more…)

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