Visit the websites below to learn how to manage your finances wisely to safeguard your future:
Founded in 1956, American Student Assistance (ASA) is a nonprofit organization that works with the U.S. Department of Education. ASA believes that all borrowers deserve someone on their side. From application through repayment, borrowers and their families can expect neutral, honest federal student loan solutions from ASA.
The Personal Finance section of The Motley Fool offers short and easy to understand articles on saving, credit, taxes, and more. You can ask personal finance questions on a community discussion board, access free online personal finance software through The Motley Fool's partner Mint.com, and use one of the dozens of financial calculators on the site.
This is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching Americans the basics about personal finance. You'll find financial calculators, budgeting worksheets, and checklists. Information is aggregated from over twenty different federal websites. Popular topics are highlighted and a free personal financial toolkit can be ordered here.
Mint is a great resources for managing your money all in one place. You can keep track of all of your transactions, set up budgets and savings goals, and organize all of your financial accounts...all for free!
YoBucko is a personal finance website for young adults created by one of Georgetown's own. It offers free access to tons of articles, videos, and tools to help you manage your money. It's like your own personal finance guide!