Budgeting & Finance Resources

Apps

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Mint (free)

Mint is the free money management and financial tracker app that helps you get ahead and stay ahead. We bring together your bank accounts, credit cards, bills, and investments in one place. See what you’re spending and where you can save money, so you can live the life you want.

 

App Store | Google Play

 

“Mint is a great way to keep your money in the right places, especially with how important money is in college” - Kaylie, KSU student


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Clarity Money (free)

Helps you take control of your budget and expenses, using machine learning to analyze your personal finances and help you make smart decisions about your money: from budgeting to saving to spending.

 

App Store | Google Play

 

"The charts that this app provides can help you better understand when you spend money in a designated category. Enter your monthly payments into the app so that you have all your subscriptions in the same place." - Avery, KSU student


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Kava (free)

Sell your textbooks for more and buy for less. Kava allows you to connect with other students to beat the bookstores and online retailers. List your books in as little as 30 seconds using our barcode scanner, view prices on other sites using Kava's price comparison tool, receive or make payments securely with Venmo or Card.

 

App Store | Google Play

 

“Awesome for any student who hates buying textbooks at outrageous full prices, which means Kava is awesome for every student ever.” - Evelyn, KSU student


Websites

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Cash Course (free)

A guide for making informed financial choices specifically for students, created by the National Endowment for Financial Education.

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Creating a budget (free)

A tip guide to creating a budget and manage money, created by Federal Student Aid.

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