From creating new cancer drugs to developing more effective teaching methods, research plays an important role in improving our lives. Researchers… Read more

Let's talk about the exciting changes coming to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid in the 2024–2025 academic year and how they will… Read more

I have a confession: I don’t think budgeting is all that great. It’s such a small part of the financial planning picture, but it gets all of the… Read more

My name is Bryan Pietsch, and I'm a senior at ASU studying journalism and business. Outside of class, I'm in a business fraternity, … Read more

When comparing millennials to their parents, they are a … Read more

A clear sign of successfully adulting is understanding how to control your spending habits and avoid putting yourself in a situation where you are… Read more

How much do you know about the recent Equifax data breach? Were you affected? Was your family? Identity theft and corporate breaches continue to… Read more

Sticking to a budget is a tough but necessary part of smart financial planning. Stretching your dollar to go as far as possible is key. So, how do… Read more

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“I can’t study abroad because [fill in the blank].” Heard this voice in your head?… Read more

It seems early, but holiday gift-giving season is coming up fast. We’re just guessing, but you probably don’t have a ton of cash lying around to… Read more

How do you feel when you think about your financial situation? Nervous? Excited? Sad? The way you feel about your money could be affecting the way… Read more

You probably know the recommendations for how your financial aid should be used, like buying your books instead of blowing it on a spring break… Read more

My definition of a credit card: a tool that can be used for both the construction and destruction of your personal finances.

From the… Read more

I’m going to start this off with some tough love. It’s unrealistic to think you’ll never be in a tight spot financially. Take me for example: I… Read more

There are a ton of terms, forms and acronyms related to taxes that may seem like a bunch of mumbo jumbo right now. We’re here to help you… Read more

If you received financial aid in 2019, you may need to report those funds on your tax return depending on how you used the money. Each financial… Read more

When it comes to taxes, it can feel like there’s a lot you don’t know. From complicated forms, to all the tax records you’ve received in the mail… Read more

With school, work and internships, friends, family, and everything else you have going on, filing taxes may be the last thing on your mind.… Read more

I don’t know about you, but the whole “broke college student” thing is pretty overrated. Personally, I enjoy the feeling of paying my bills… Read more

When you pay your tuition at ASU, you’re not just paying for your classes — you’re also paying for access to a whole lot of cool, student-… Read more

For those of you who just got your financial aid refund or now have access to all that student loan money you never had before, this is probably… Read more