The student's guide to personal finance
Financial literacy early in life will pay dividends in your future. Here's Ratehub's guide to managing your money as a student.
As a student, managing your hard-earned money isn’t an easy task. Below, you’ll find helpful blog posts, expert opinions, and answers to your frequently asked questions about all things money.
Why you need a roommate expenses tracker
Living with a roommate and unsure on how to split the costs of your rent, groceries, and utilities? We’ve got you covered with our roommate expense tracker.read more
Getting a student credit card can be a great way to build your credit which will help your future self when trying to get a car loan or a mortgage. You may even be able to earn some cashback while you’re at it. Here are a few resources to help you get started on your credit card journey and pay off your debt.
Business Unit Manager, Credit Cards, Ratehub.ca
Can you get a credit card under 18?
Why should I get a credit card as a student?
How do student credit cards work?
What is the Repayment Assistance Plan for student debt?
What is the non-repayment period for student debt?
How can I repay my student debt faster?
How to Get Out of Student Credit Card Debt
Graduating from post-secondary is definitely worth celebrating, but for many, it also comes with an enormous load of student and credit card debt to pay off.read more
Investing is all about the time frame, so starting early as a student can be a financially smart decision to make. Visit our resources below to learn all about investing while you’re still in school.
How old do you need to be to invest?
How can I invest with little money as a student?
Should I pay off my student loans early or invest?
Insurance may be the last thing on your mind while at school, but it offers peace of mind against potential risks like theft or fire from disrupting your studies. Below, we provide an expert opinion, blog posts, and useful resources about all things insurance.
Director of Insurance, Ratehub.ca
Do students need renters insurance?
How much is car insurance for a student?
Can students get car insurance discounts?
How to save thousands not sharing renters insurance with roommates
Living with roommates this semester? Save money and ensure your claims are hassle-free by getting your own tenants insurance.read more
Looking to buy or rent your first-ever home at a young age? Being in student doesn’t rule you out of approval, so visit our resources below for more details.