Student Money and Bank Account Guide

Student Money and Bank Account Guide

Category: Banking

For most students, university is the first time they have full control over their personal finances. And key to your enjoyment of university life will be the successful management of your money.

This guide will help you get started, packed full of money-saving ideas and tips as well as practical advice on how to look after your finances.

Download your FREE 12-page student money guide for 2012 and discover:

  • How to choose a student bank account
  • How to manage your overdraft
  • How to turn your mobile phone into a money-saving machine
  • Thrifty student-money saving tips
  • What to do if you are experiencing financial hardship
  • A full list of student bank account packages
How to choose a student bank account; how to manage your overdraft; how to turn your mobile phone into a money saving machine; thrifty student money-saving tips; what to do if you're experiencing financial hardship

Download your free Student Money Guide

Disclaimer: This information is intended solely to provide guidance and is not financial advice. Moneyfacts will not be liable for any loss arising from your use or reliance on this information. If you are in any doubt, Moneyfacts recommends you obtain independent financial advice.

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