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Tools and websites students can use to save and manage money

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This guest article was written by Richard Hemby who regularly writes about online business degrees and college related topics for Online College Guru, an online college degree guide.

Being a student, it can be tough to manage money, as well as establish savings. There are various websites and tools available on the internet today that can help students with these problems. Following is some resources that can be used in helping students with money management.

BillHighway – This website has tools that can help sororities and fraternities manage their funds. Paying the rent, buying group gifts, and managing chapter finances can all be done here.

Mint – Connects to over 5,000 banks and credit unions, credit card, brokerage, and mutual fund companies. Automatically keeps transactions and account balances up to date and will even auto-balance your checkbook. Not to be confused with Shaun Inman’s Mint Analytics Software.Very different.

MoneyStrands (previously expensr) – A dependable solution for a student’s simple finances. Can create budgets and has forecasting tools as well.

You Need A Budget– YNAB is a software package that can help manage bank transactions. It can also track anything you want as well as categorize things. Includes tax forms as well.

BackpackIt – features a calender for students to set up due dates for bills. An email reminder will be sent the day before a bill is due.

MoneyInstructor – While the main focus is more on instruction rather than actual tools, this website offers help to students from kindergarten to high school. It has links to 529 college savings programs and lots of money management tips for young people.

SayStudent.com – Has a money management section with tools to help design an annual budget, reduce college expenses, avoid debt, student income ideas, and free money tips.

Moneytrackin’ – A simple but powerful online budgeting tool. Track expenses and income and get a clear view of your financial situation.

Geezeo– Free personal finance management system. Tracks bank accounts, financial goals, and has budgeting tools. Can collaborate with others about financial situations.

Wesabe – Advice sharing community to help students make better financial decisions. Offers a better understanding of how your money is spent.

MySpendingPlan – Free financial planning tools and online budgeting software. Manage tasks, save money, reduce debt, reach financial goals quicker.

BudgetPulse– Free service for planning your budget and tracking your money flow. Creates diagrams and charts you can use to analyze your situation.

Quicken Online – Manages your bank accounts online as well as your personal finances. Also comes with helpful charts and graphs.

ClearCheckbook– similar to the original Quicken. Enter and keep track of checking account transactions from your computer or cell phone.

SimpleDBudget – free and simple windows app for management your finances. You can categorize your incomes and expenses

This guest article was written by Richard Hemby who regularly writes about online business degrees and college related topics for Online College Guru, an online college degree guide.

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5 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. I must say this is a great article i enjoyed reading it keep the good work 🙂

  2. Excellent list of resources for students. I can’t help feeling sorry for students nowadays. In my days we received really good grants without the need for loans.

    Those were the days my friend!

  3. Thank you for this list. This is really useful, I have 2 kids at university and they are having to manage their own finances for the fist time.

    Hopefully this will give them good financial habits that will stay with them for life.

  4. EvieeNo Gravatar

    Thanks for the tips!!! I have found it very difficult to be a university student and at the same time try to work and save a bit of money!! This list is has been useful 🙂

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