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7 Ways to Make Money While Traveling

Students are in the best position to go off traveling around the world, as they’ll never have as much freedom as they have now. Sadly though, they don’t have the cash to go with it. If you want to make some cash to fund your trip, you don’t have to rely on bar tending and waiting tables jobs. Here are seven smart ways you can make money easily.

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How to Travel for Cheap Without Compromising

Being a college student essentially means that you are broke and may or may not have eaten ramen noodles for dinner every night this week (no judgment). Nevertheless, you should still be able to travel without compromising. Check out some of our tips to help you have the most epic trip without having to make sacrifices.
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5 Ways to Fund Your Overseas Education

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Studying overseas is a great way to enhance your academic experience while increasing cultural awareness and tolerance. Studying abroad will help you develop a deeper understanding of the world, and will contribute to career marketability, as well as personal growth. Employers seek employees with good communication skills and cross-cultural competence—both of which are fostered through studying abroad. However, whether you are an international student studying in the United States or a US student studying abroad, studying in a country other than your own is expensive. The following are some ways to help you fund your overseas education. Read More

Twenty in Paris: Getting Around Town

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You’re studying abroad in Paris and want to fit in with the Parisians but are not quite sure how to do it. The easiest way is to use public transportation. Parisians love using public transportation and it’s easy to see why.The Parisian bus, metro and train are very accessible and reliable. Let’s take a closer look at getting around Paris. Read More

Taxation Matters To Consider For Students

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Did you know that students have their own set of tax laws? In college, there are different tax rules that apply. Take a look at some of these unique tax laws for students:

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If you are a US resident, you will have a base tax of 14 percent on everything you make while in college. Scholarship money is often subject to this tax as well. Most students are still on their parent’s taxes, so it is important to discuss the potential tax with your parents to avoid shock during tax time. Read More