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May 24th, 2020

Stories Tagged With: Cornerstone Scholarship Winner

Debt is not unavoidable

I have studied this issue and the one conclusion I have reached is that a teenager must do whatever possible to stay out of debt.  Having debt out of college is a killer for many graduates in today’s society.  The problem seems to be that most Americans believe that debt... Continue Reading >

Take personal finance classes

College is an important decision, not only academically but also financially. With the recent state of America’s economy, taking precaution is vital in making significant financial decisions, such as paying for a college education. Financial security should not begin after graduation but during one’s attendance, and the most important thing... Continue Reading >

Scholarships minimize college debt

I believe the most important thing I can do while in college to start off financially stable with minimal debt is to apply for scholarships. Scholarships are often very easy to apply for and can only help me. Since scholarships do not have to be paid back, I will not... Continue Reading >

Make financial awareness a priority

Staying financially stable is going to be one of the most important things on my mind when I leave home for college. I’m going to leave with a plan, and that is to work through school as well as doing a work study program. I’ll have to go through seven... Continue Reading >

Job and scholarships reduce college debt

I believe to start myself off right I have to plan ahead, starting now. As a senior in high school I am planning and preparing for college, career and the rest of my life. I now see why they have juniors take personal finance class. It’s because the budgeting started... Continue Reading >

Grades, right choices, budget are keys

Financial happiness is no walk in the park; each step must be taken with care and thought. I have already taken the first step to financial success in college through my hard work in high school. I have studied hard and spent my time in extra curricular activities such as... Continue Reading >