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College educations have a tendency to be pretty pricy. Between application fees and college visits, even the admissions process can rack up an impressive price tag. Luckily, Unigo.com is available with some tips to help make the admissions process a little easier on the wallet.
It’s very exciting to get that acceptance letter from college, but then you have to figure out how to pay for it all. Your letter may have said that you were eligible to apply for student loans or that you received a scholarship.
The scholarship you received may not pay for everything, though. You also may not know exactly what having that student loan entails. Here are some details to help you figure out how to pay for college.
What do you need to know about credit cards before you sign up for a few? The hosts of this podcast interview a credit counselor who explains the differences between ATM, debit, and credit cards, and how to budget and control the use of credit