Young adults live in insurance limbo--whether between jobs, in school or just old enough to be legally taken off a parent's insurance. It's just hard to come by. And oral health, if not accounted for, can creep up and drop a hefty bill in your lap.
Why pay for software when you can find other apps that do the same thing for free?
Ever wanted to take a college class that has nothing to do with your major simply because you want to learn what the course has to offer? I’m that person to an extreme. I love learning new things and always want to take classes that simply will cost me a lot of money (roughly $453 for a three credit course) but not go towards my degree.
I have no money. It's sad. Right now, everything is going toward my credit card (had a rough year last year), medical loans (yay, emergency gall bladder surgery), car payments and student loans. Suffice it to say that my debt-to-asset ratio sucks.
It seems that the already rich and notable are given pretty much anything, so long as their opinion is worth something.
Oh, to be educated. In a three-part blog series, I'll show you how being a college student can have its rewards at school, with finances, and when shopping for everyday items.
Today we're covering school perks.