As one of the poorest demographics in the UK, you might think saving money as a student is impossible. With increasing student ‘debt’, and rising fears about the cost of tuition, you might think saving is for the later years of your life.

Well our founder, Vivi Friedgut, is here to explain why that’s simply not true…

Those things about student ‘debt’ you might have heard in the news? Let’s just say there’s a lot of unhelpful myths floating around, which Martin Lewis’ myth-buster blog can help you with. Plus, while it’s true you don’t have to start saving right this second, the earlier you save the more you’ll eventually have in the kitty.

This is why our founder, former private banker, and current money-guru, Vivi Friedgut recently wrote an article in Times Higher Education.

The article, which you can read in full here, shows that students absolutely can save money during university and has some great ways to get started.

Vivi Friedgut, 'Four Tips for Managing a Student Budget', Times Higher Education

Vivi Friedgut, ‘Four Tips for Managing a Student Budget’, Times Higher Education

From being your own saving boss, to getting on top of your financial organisation, you can read the ‘Four Tips for Managing a Student Budget’ here.

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