Cell Phone, cell phone plans, College, Passive income, Spending, Student

The Best Phone Plans For College Students To Save Money In 2018

The Best Phone Plans For College Students To Save Money In 2018 Cell phones are a must have for college students everywhere.  Many college students start leaving their parents’ family plan, but don’t know where to go to find the best deals. And it can be confusing to try and find the best cell phone plans to save money with …


emergencies, Emergency Fund, experts, Passive income, Spending, unforeseen expenses

Experts Share Five Tips for Dealing with Unforeseen Expenses

Experts Share Five Tips for Dealing with Unforeseen Expenses The heater in your house broke down overnight and now you have to get a new one. A tire goes flat in the middle of the highway and you need a tow. You have to make an emergency stop at the hospital because all of a sudden your child sprung a …


Comparing The Best College Textbook Rental Sites For 2018

Comparing The Best College Textbook Rental Sites For 2018 One of the best ways to reduce the cost of college is to save money on textbooks. And textbooks aren’t cheap. The College Board estimates that the average student will spend $1,200 per year on textbooks!  That’s not to mention the fact that prices on textbooks continue to rise. They have …

Barnes and Noble Textbook Rental Review – Middle Of The Pack

Barnes and Noble Textbook Rental Review – Middle Of The Pack Amazon famously made former book selling giant, Barnes and Noble fall from notoriety. However, the now humbled retailer hasn’t completely fallen from relevance. In fact, it’s textbook rental service offers competitive pricing, fair terms, and a reasonable selection of textbooks. Unfortunately, Barnes and Noble’s user interface is still extremely …

AbeBooks Review: Consistently Low Prices On Used Textbooks

AbeBooks Review: Consistently Low Prices On Used Textbooks Online textbook marketplaces and textbook rental sites have altered the textbook marketplace permanently. College bookstores no longer have a monopoly on textbook pricing. However, it’s not always obvious if its better for someone to rent a textbook or to buy it used from an online vendor. Renting textbooks and buying them used …

Valore Books Review: A Cheaper Alternative But Limited Textbook Inventory

Valore Books Review: A Cheaper Alternative But Limited Textbook Inventory ValoreBooks is a college textbook rental company that claims it can save its customers as much as $500 per year.  Given the sky high prices of textbooks, this claim seems believable. In fact, ValoreBooks rental prices proved far cheaper than the rental prices of other rental sites (even when you …

Knetbooks Review: Low Prices But Might Not Be The Best Option

Knetbooks Review: Low Prices But Might Not Be The Best Option Looking for a textbook rental site that offers tons of options and low prices? With low prices and a huge array of options, Knetbooks looks like a great option. Unfortunately, a stringent return policy (and high late fees) makes Knetbooks one of the last textbook rental companies you should …

eCampus Textbook Rental Review

eCampus Textbook Rental Review When I was in college, I always bought the cheapest book (used, or searched online for the best deal).  Textbook rental was just starting to become main stream when I left school, and now it is a very popular alternative to buying textbooks at the bookstore. If you’re looking for the best deal when it comes …

Campus Book Rentals Review: A Unique Textbook Rental Service

Campus Book Rentals Review: A Unique Textbook Rental Service Looking for a textbook rental site that offers flexibility and low prices? Campus Book Rentals may be the right site for you. It offers a variety of rental periods, the ability to write and highlight your book, free shipping, and more. The site has saved college students over $100 million in …

Amazon Textbook Rental Review: Is It Right for You?

Amazon Textbook Rental Review: Is It Right for You? Back in the dark ages, college students had to buy textbooks (often the newest editions), and had no option but to sell their used copies back to the university bookstore. It doesn’t take a genius to know who got the better end of that deal. To get around the system you …