Financial Planning For College Students
FitBUX makes financial planning for college students easy with our one-of-a-kind technology.
- Build a financial plan to see how you'll navigate your college years.
- Simulate the plan and see how items such as student loans will impact you during school and post-graduation.
We've helped more than 14,000 students build financial plans for college and graduate with financial confidence. We can help you do the same!
I looked around everywhere for a financial planning app for students and couldn't find one. I'm so grateful that FitBUX saw the need for students and created a financial planning platform for students and recent graduates. Its' awesome!
Class of 2025
University of Wisconsin La Crosse
How To Get Started
Become a free member of FitBUX by joining today. It takes roughly five minutes to build your profile.
Technology + Coaches
Use our financial planning technology designed specifically for college students. Want help? Schedule a call with a FitBUX Coach.
Implement Your Plan
Our college financial planning technology helps you stay on track. Therefore, you don't over spend in school and stay on track to hit your goals. We can also help you get private loans if you need them!
FAQ We Receive From College Students
Our financial planning for college students technology is available as part of our free membership. After you build your plan you have the option of tracking your progress. Tracking your progress is part of our premium membership which usually costs $30 a month. However, students get it for $3.33 a month!
Step 1: Input your school related costs into our technology, i.e. books, tuition, etc.
Step 2: Input any payments you'll be making towards debt or if you/your spouse is working any contributions you make towards retirement/investments.
Step 3: Input payments you make to insurances such as car insurance.
Step 4: Enter your funding sources such as income, student loans (Federal and Private), scholarships, gifts, grants, etc...
Step 5: Choose the type debt repayment plan you'd like to simulate, your expected profession, and expected income post-graduation.
Step 6: Enter life events & goals such as moving after graduation, marriage, buying a car, buying a house, etc...
Step 7: Simulate your plan and make adjustments if necessary
Step 8: Implement your plan and track it over time to make sure you are doing everything correctly.
- College students get their funding at the beginning of quarters/semesters. They then cannot take out more money until the following quarter/semester. Poor financial planning leaves college students short on funds at the end of the quarter/semester.
- Since they are short on funds either they drop out or take on credit card debt. Neither are ideal situations.
- Also, knowing what you are doing post-graduation with items such as student debt can give you a leg up while in school. You can start networking to find the right job as well as negotiating the salary you'll need to meet your goals.
Today! You could be going into school, 1 - 4 years in already, or be graduating soon. Yesterday was the best time to start. Today is the next best.
- Develop good financial discipline. Easiest way to do this while in school is managing expenses.
- Pay off your credit card monthly.
- Limit borrowing.
- Keep living expenses down to the best of your ability.
- See if you can take a passion and turn it into a side hustle to make some money.
Focus on cutting expenses one item at a time. The key is to manage your cash inflow so you don't run out of money mid quarter or semester.
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