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Is College Really Necessary?

By , March 24th, 2017

It’s no secret that college costs are rising to ridiculous levels. Kids are graduating with huge debt loads. Even if their parents have saved for their schooling since birth, costs are rising so fast they’re still likely to have to take on debt or work during school. In the last twenty years or so we’ve […]


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Why You Should Put Your Kids in Private Schools

By , March 22nd, 2017

There are a lot of discretionary expenses that we incur every day. Whether we spend more for a brand name product or save money on a generic product is entirely up to each individual buyer. Whether we should buy a new car or a used car or go without a car is also an individual […]


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Free Super Bowl Squares Printable Chart for Super Bowl LI

By , January 25th, 2017

With the Super Bowl just around the corner, it’s common for people to begin getting ready for the game between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. One of the questions which often arises is, “How do you play Super Bowl football squares?” For those who only play the game once a year when the […]


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Get A Free Personal Finance Education

By , August 31st, 2016

Most self improvement gurus say education drives personal achievement. This is no less true for personal finance.  It is extremely difficult to be successful financially if you don’t have a solid basis in accounting and financial management experience. If you are wondering where to start without straining your budget, here are places you can get […]


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How To Pay Off Your Student Loans in Less Than 10 Years

By , August 19th, 2016

Average college debt among 2016 graduates who took out loans now rings in at over $37,000. It’s no wonder grads are spending decades attempting to rid themselves of this debt. But if you’re in a similar position and simply accepted the loan payment plan you were given, you could end up spending more time — […]


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Report: Ohio Ranks Among Worst For Student Debt

By , August 6th, 2016

August 5. 2016 The average student debt load for an Ohio college graduate is $29,000, according to a new report. COLUMBUS, Ohio – Aside from mortgages, student loans now make up the biggest piece of the debt puzzle in this country, and a new analysis finds Ohioans are carrying some of the heaviest burdens. Collectively, […]


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How to Get Started Investing

By , July 11th, 2016

Bankrate recently came out with some shocking numbers about finance and the stock market. They had run multiple surveys and discovered that more than 50 percent of Americans don’t own a single penny in stocks. The report came out right in the middle of one of the biggest stock market rallies in US history, with […]


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Best Banks for Student Loan Refinance

By , March 2nd, 2016

Debt can be extremely overwhelming, especially when you have thousands upon thousands of dollars in student loan debt. It seems that as higher education has become more of a requirement to get a good job, it has also gotten more and more expensive to go to college. Because the job market has only been slowly […]


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FAFSA: What You Need to Know

By , February 20th, 2016

Financing a college education can be difficult and it is oftentimes something parents are concerned about for years. However, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is designed to make paying for a higher education a little bit easier. The FAFSA takes a look at a family’s total income and determines how much money […]


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FAFSA: Get the Most out of Your Federal Student Aid

By , February 17th, 2016

You can now file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2016-2017 school year. The FAFSA is used by college students (or prospective college students) to determine how much help they will be able to receive to attend school. Aid is generally broken down into grants, scholarships and loans. However, is there […]


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