Attending college is a big expense and can affect your financial stability in many ways. As you prepare for the next semester, we’d like to offer you some information to help you take some of the financial pressure out of your collegiate experience.
At CFE, we spend a lot of time working with high school and college students to help them get the loans they need to pay for school and their financial basics set in place. We also know a little bit about preparing for campus life.
In this handbook we’ll cover topics like how to find and apply for scholarships and grants, which kind of education tax deduction to claim, and how to file taxes as a college student. Plus, we’ll make sure you know how to create a budget for your situation.
By the time you’re done reading, you’ll have the information you need to feel good about your financial choices in college. And at the end, we’ll give you some information about CFE’s college checking accounts and student loan options.
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