How much cash do you need to get through the month — or the entire school year?
Made specifically for college students, the PNC My Finance Academy Student Budget Calculator can make budgeting easier, maybe even fun!
Enter your costs in the various categories to see how much money you'll need for the school year and each month within it. You may want to try different scenarios, cutting back spending in discretionary areas such as entertainment and personal items, to see where you might be able to save some money. Then monitor your expenses by updating the information at least monthly.
Knowing where your money stands can empower you to manage your money more wisely and feel confident about your financial well-being.
Learning how to budget and save while in college can help students build good financial habits for life. PNC shares proven budgeting and saving tips.
Healthy spending behaviors can help you save for your goals and avoid accumulating debt. Here are some tips for breaking bad habits that may threaten your financial well-being.
The first step toward achieving your financial goals is having a clear idea of what you want. Then put a plan into place and stick to it.
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