The road to a college degree isn’t just about learning in the classroom. It’s about learning life skills, too, like managing your money. If you’re off to college and just opened your first checking account, you’ll enjoy the convenience it offers. Checking accounts can be handy for paying the monthly rent and for everyday expenses … Continued

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Like many college freshmen, Tyler Riley arrived on the West Virginia University campus and immediately faced a series of decisions: which classes to take, which clubs to join, whom to befriend. Compared with these, the choice to open a checking account at his school’s on-campus bank felt like a no-brainer. “I first decided to bank … Continued

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Choosing a student checking account can be as difficult as choosing a major, especially if you’ve never had a bank account before. And even if you have, you’re likely to be so bombarded during orientation with promotions and sales pitches that it’s hard to know which option is best for you. Banks and credit unions … Continued

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