Your center for money management
Our goal is to motivate, inspire a call to action, and to instill the knowledge to sow the success that each student strives to reap after graduation.
Need help with taxes? La Crosse Main library has resources, their tax services are provided by AARP, but students are welcome to get help there as well (as long as their income is below $40,000). Click here for more information.
Students can call 780-7443 to set up an appointment. The phone number will be staffed from 9am-3pm Monday through Friday. Otherwise students can leave a message.
The actual appointments are scheduled during the following times:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10-4pm. No appointments in Mondays and Fridays.
This semester It Make$ Cents! is starting advising hours in Reuter Hall Monday though Thursday 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. These meetings are available without appointment so bring any and all financial questions and problems to us for quick and easy help!
As the price of college continues to swell, more and more Americans are finding ways to cut costs.
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A blog about how early attitudes and behaviors affect the financial decisions of first year college students.Read more...
Your are out of college and have saved money from your student loans or paid off your student loans. Now that you've started earning a salary and have to make the biggest financial decisions on your own keep this things in mind.
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If the money you spend in four years at a public college was a stack of pennies, it could reach more than 8.5 miles high, higher than most airplanes fly.
84% of college students have a credit card. 50% of them have 4 or more.
The average total debt for the Class of 2013 is $35,200.
There the will be approximately $1,200,000,000,000 in circulation in 2013.
$67,000,000,000 in student loans were in default in 2011.
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