Monday, January 16

FoolProof's Top 238 Money Mistakes to Avoid in College

If we wanted to, we could probably come up with hundreds of ways college students throw away money. I know. I made a lot of mistakes when I was younger!

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Hungry in College? Welcome to Food Insecurity

You may not think this problem is happening at your college, but it is. Even at big-name schools, more and more students are going to bed hungry.

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New Student Loan Regulations: What’s Changing For You?

If you have a student loan, you probably have already heard that the rate on some student loans has doubled overnight, from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent. Why? Congress couldn’t agree on passing a bill to keep the rates at 3.4 percent.

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The Big Burden: Student Loans

College should be the experience of a lifetime! Living on your own, having wicked fun with your college friends and roommates. Not to mention, the concept that a college education can increase your income potential for life. Excellent.

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Ever Considered a Two-Year Community College or Four-Year State University?

Didn't make it to your dream university this fall? Excellent!

Jealous that your friends are heading to that fancy out-of-state University?  Forget it!

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FoolProof Tips for the College-Bound

Get off on the right foot when you hit campus this fall! Just follow our FoolProof tips to protect your pride and your pocketbook:

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Weird But True Budgeting Tips

Colleges and graduate schools can be backbreaking when it comes to money. Why not get creative with ways to save more money and lessen that backbreaking load?

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Campus Cards

In college, or going there soon? Here’s a rundown on the “Campus Card” many schools provide students.

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Spring Break!

Spring break, baby!

How about Florida this year? Or Mexico?

Great stuff! But how are you going to pay for all this?

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FoolProof Education

FoolProof Education is a highly interactive, self-grading group of online lessons called "Modules." The Modules teach consumers of all ages about money, financial responsibility and the realities of the free enterprise system.

High School, College & Homeschool Curriculum

Closely alligned to the Common Core standards and state personal financy literacy recuirements.

Educate Yourself, a Friend or Family Member

Choose from a wide variety of topics. Start and stop and continue at anytime.