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Choosing the vehicle for winter driving in the U.S.

If you’re moving to the U.S., the sheer variety of weather can come as a big surprise. From blistering summers in Florida, Texas, or Arizona, to freezing winters in Minnesota, New England, or Idaho, and everything in between. When it…

A Guide to Refinancing Your Car Loan For International Students

If you’re a student, deciding to study internationally can be a fantastic way to expand your horizons, get exposure to a different culture, and enhance your perspective. But, it also introduces plenty of challenges, and you need to be ready…

The Complete Guide to Buying Your First Car in the U.S.

As an international student or expat, you’ll need to push a little harder to secure a car loan—let alone buy your first car. Many foreigners relocating to America need a vehicle to go to class, go to work and face daily obstacles, but a…
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I am an international student from Turkey enrolled in an ELS program and pursuing Aviation School. As soon as I got to the U.S., I needed a car for my daily commute. However, like many others in my situation, I could not get financing for the car I really wanted. I was desperately looking to get car financing anywhere. There was simply no option other than paying incredibly high interest rates and being taken advantage of.

International Professionals in the U.S.– Get Started on Your Money Matters

Relocating to the U.S. can be both an exciting and daunting experience. So many things to figure out before leaving your home country, so many things on your to-do list upon your arrival. Where do you start? We suggest starting with your money…

International Students in the U.S. – Figuring Out Your First Financial Steps

Managing your finance in the U.S. is a big deal, especially for international students. You have tuition to pay, perhaps loans you’ve taken; you might be receiving financial aid or stipends, and you’ll probably want to transfer some money from home when you first arrive. A U.S.

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