Fin Lit Resource Database

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Topics: Budgeting; Saving; Spending

Love to save $$? Your YCC representives compiled this list of local discounts for Yalies including resturants, online discounts and others.

Topics: Budgeting; Earning; Saving

Keep your financial life on course. Easily track your money over time, always know what’s safe to spend, and confidently plan for the future with spreadsheets automated by Tiller Money.

Topics: Budgeting; Earning; Loans; Saving

This multi-page guide will provide suggestions made by peers for how to approach your finances so that you can minimize your stress and maximize your academic success.

Topics: Banking; Budgeting; Spending

What is a credit card? Is this your first credit card? If you are having trouble selecting a credit card that is right for you. There are some helpful tips in this article including learning more about different types of credit cards and how to successfully apply for one.

Topics: Budgeting; Saving

Financial wellness is extremely important. Learn about wellness grants, find your financial center, strengthen you financial core by visiting the Yale Well/Save well website.

Topics: Budgeting; Spending

As you prepare for grad school, you may need to take standardized admission exams. If you are eligible, you may apply for a graduate exam fee waiver for the GMAT exam.

Topics: Banking; Budgeting; Loans; Saving; Spending

A personal finance website covering broad range of topics such as credit cards, loans, financial planning, insurance and mortgages.

Topics: Budgeting; Spending

As you prepare for grad school, you may need to take standardized admission exams. If you are eligible, you may apply for a graduate exam fee waiver for the GRE exam.

Topics: Budgeting; Earning; Emergencies; Employment; Financial Aid; Grants, Fellowships, and Awards; Investing; Loans; Saving; Spending; Student Loans; Taxes

Looking to get some money for summer travel? Cant figure out how to fill out that annoying financial doc? Or just looking for some pro tips on financial wellness? We have you covered. This page is full of amazing resources, curated and written by folks who's primary interest is your financial well being. Click on any of the campus resources below to learn more