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Why Choosing a College Should Be Like Buying a Car - Fox Business

Why Choosing a College Should Be Like Buying a Car - Fox Business | Budget | Scoop.it
Why Choosing a College Should Be Like Buying a Car Fox Business Whether you have many years before the first tuition bills come due or enrollment is just around the corner, you'll have to make a choice based on affordability, factoring in savings,...
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Budget for Unexpected Personal Expenses in College

Budget for Unexpected Personal Expenses in College | Budget | Scoop.it
Costs such as an increase in the price of gas can be budget-busters for college students.
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Senate expenses scandal puts a chill on Senators' spending, expense records ... - Hill Times (subscription)

Senate expenses scandal puts a chill on Senators' spending, expense records ... - Hill Times (subscription) | Budget | Scoop.it
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Senate expenses scandal puts a chill on Senators' spending, expense records ...
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The Senate expenses scandal has put a chill on Senators' spending since it erupted last fall.
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Can Music Help Low-Income Students Close the Academic Gap?

Can Music Help Low-Income Students Close the Academic Gap? | Budget | Scoop.it

"Fascinating research: “Children’s brains show evidence of faster development when they are learning to play an instrument. And studies comparing the brains of adult musicians and non-musicians find the most pronounced enhancements in brain structure in those who began their music training early in childhood.”"


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Savings accounts for children linked with later financial success

Savings accounts for children linked with later financial success | Budget | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —A new series of reports based on research conducted at the University of Kansas shows that young people who have savings from an early age are more likely to maintain positive relationships with financial ...
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