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    Scholly ($0.99)

    Scholly is an easy way for high school seniors, current undergraduates, and graduate students in the United States to finde money for their education.  Designed to ease the scholarship search process, Scholly's adaptive matching engine delivers a smarter, targeted list of scholarships for each student.  Scholly remedies the current outdated process which requires that each student fill out long, tiresome forms only to receive, irrelevant, useless results.
    Mint App

    Mint (Free) allows you to track, budget, and manage your money all in one place, so you can see where you're spending and where you can save.  Open an account, add your bank, credit, loan, and retirement accounts and Mint will automatically pull in and categorize your transactions.  It's safe, secure and easy to keep your personal finances.
    Accounts 2 Checkbook

    Accounts 2 Checkbook ($1.99)

    An easy to use application to replace your paper checkbook.  With the Accounts 2 Checkbook application, you will have a quicker and more convenient way to track your daily finances.  You can schedule transactions, transfer funds, capture photo receipts, reconcile, export data, view reports, graphs, and much more.  All features of the Accounts 2 Checkbook application are designed to be quick, clean, intuitive, and easy to use.
    Retail Me Not

    RetailMeNot (Free)

    Imagine having a constantly refreshing stack of money-saving coupons with you wherever you go whenever you need it on your phone.  At Home Depot?  Got a coupon.  Buying a new pair of jeans?  Got a coupon.  This app will save you money.
    Coupon Sherpa

    Coupon Sherpa (Free)

    Finally, an application that provides hundreds of in-store coupons for many merchants right on your iPhone or iPod Touch.  Save money on clothes, shoes, restaurants, electronics, travel, jewelry, sporting goods, books, and more.
    Coupon Closet

    Coupon Closet (Free)

    Do you love to shop for the latest fashions?  Do you love to find great deals?  Then we have a great app for you.

    Fresh Xpense (Free)

    Whether you are very meticulous aout your spending habits, or would like to start keeping better track of where your money is going, Fresh Xpense is for you.  You will have to open a free account online (which can easily be done through the app) which will monitor your expenditures.  Every time you spend money, put in the details of the transaction into your Fresh Xpense app and it will automatically post it to the website.  After your transactions have been entered, you can go online at any time and look at detailed reports on how you are spending your money.  It is an accrual based system so you can even keep track of your expenses over the years!

    Toshl (Free)

    If you're a heave traveler, Toshl is an excellent expense and budget tracker.  It works with any currency an lets you seperate your travel budget from your day-to-day expenses.  It comes with all the trappings of a regular money management app, too, such as bill organizer and alerts, and can be synced across all your devices.
    Borrowing for College

    Borrowing for College (Free)

    This app has been created to better inform students who are taking out loans to pay for college.  By starting with the salary you expect to earn after graduating, it will calculate the maximum amount of student loan payments you can afford to make.
    Loan Shark

    Loan Shark ($4.99)

    Designed to help you navigate the often treacherous waters of financial lending, Loan Shark provides a number of features that let you calculate and compare loans from different vendors.  You can calculate any component of a loan, including payment, interest rate or loan amount, see the full Amortization Table for the loans's lifespan and play with "what-if" scenarios that let you determine the effect of making extra, higher, or lower payments.  Loan Shark can determine how long it will take to pay off that credit card, determine how close you are to paying off your mortgage, and compare the cost of different loans, among many other uses.

    Bonus feature:  Lets you locate nearby banks using the iPhone's location-awareness.

    Tiptap (Free)

    One of the most straightforward tip calculators.  Featuring a large custom keypad and a large picker wheel, it's extremely finger friendly, a plus when your dining companions are taping on their wallets and waiting for you to tell them how much they owe.  You can choose to enable rounding, splitting, or tax support and Tiptap works with multiple currencies and multiple languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, German, Swedish, and Japanese).

    Pennies ($2.99)

    Pennies is a slick expense tracker with an interface that looks like it could have come straight from Apple.  It doesn't pretend to be a full-featured money manager like SplashMoney or PocketMoney but what it dies do it does exceedingly well.  it lets you quickly establish a monthly budget and record and track your daily expenses against it.  Large finger friendly buttons and fun features such as a fuel gauge that indicate how much money is left in your budget make Pennies a joy to use.  If you still rely on cash for your daily purchases and only want to make sure you are meeting your budget goals, Pennies is a good choice.

    TapSave (Free)

    Find unbelievable deals and coupons with up to 90% off retail prices.  Unbelievable deals, up to 90% off in fashion, home decor, electronics, kitchen & pantry, and beauty products.

    CoupSource (Free)

    Coupons for thousands of online and retail stores.  Contributed and voted on by a community of thousands of deal savvy shoppers.  Includes both online coupon codes (Promo codes) and store coupons (printable) for thousands of major retailers.

    Checkbook ($1.99)

    It's time to stop giving your bank free money from overdraft fees and nonsensical charges because of poor money management.  Checkbook is an app you can use in place of a paper checkbook and makes it easier than you think to handle your finances.  Make an impulse purchase today?  That's okay, but don't forget to deduct it from your account balance.  Event the online bank statements lag when posting transactions sometimes causing you to believe you have more money than you do.
    Expense Manager

    Expense Manager (Free)

    Can't handle your daily finance?  Expense Manager is here to help.

    Expense manager is a great application for managing your expenses and incomes.
    Able to track expenses and incomes by the week, month, and year as well as by category.
    Supports multiple accounts, scheduled payments, receipt picture imports, payment alerts, budgets, search and report, import/export account activities, cloud and SD card backup, customizable expense categories, and charts.

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    Interesting Facts 

    If the money you spend in four years at a public college was a stack of pennies, it could reach more than 8.5 miles high, higher than most airplanes fly.

     84% of college students have a credit card.  50% of them have 4 or more.

    The average total debt for the Class of 2013 is $35,200.

    There will be approximately $1,200,000,000,000 in circulation in 2013.

    $67,000,000,000 in student loans were in default in 2011.


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