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How to Teach Kids About Investing

By , October 19th, 2017

Investing is a very important part of finance. You invest to grow your nest egg for retirement and you invest to grow a college savings account for your children. Learning how to teach kids about investing is an important responsibility you take on as a parent because they probably won’t learn about it at school. […]


5 Considerations of Online Degree Programs

By , October 1st, 2017

Online education could be the solution to the higher education problem. Millions of Americans find themselves unemployed, or worse: unemployed and drowning in debt, because untrained, uneducated jobs are disappearing fast. Meanwhile, the costs of higher education are increasing dramatically, precluding many individuals from seeking the academic credentials they need to acquire lifelong careers. Online […]


How Much Do Sororities Cost?

By , September 22nd, 2017

It’s fall, which means that many young adults are beginning college classes. Some college students will also be looking at the glamorous Greek Life on campus. What you may not know is being a member of Greek Life can be pretty costly. So, how much do sororities cost? Is it worth it? How Much Do Sororities […]


Asset Classes 101

By , August 15th, 2017

There are multiple types of asset classes, each with its own rules, risks, and types of investors. Before you invest, here are some characteristics of three asset classes and their ideal investors. Stocks: Investing For Growth Stocks are a growth investment, which means they seek to increase your money over time. You can either invest […]


20 of the Best Personal Finance Books to Add to Your Reading List

By , July 25th, 2017

In a world of misguiding money advice, how do you find the right personal finance book for you? Covering everything from saving money to the consistent habits of the wealthy, these personal finance books offer a wealth of tried and true advice. Listed in no particular order, each book offers sound council rooted in experience; no frills, […]


Top Tips for Coming out of College With Less Debt Than Most

By , July 20th, 2017

If you want to become financially stable as quickly as possible once you enter the workforce after college, it’s important to do everything you can to end up with as little student debt as possible. This will allow you to use and save more of your wages once you have full-time employment, and will take […]


SlugBooks Review

By , June 28th, 2017

It is no secret that textbooks are expensive. Every college student’s wallet suffers when the beginning of the semester – and book buying time – comes around. Fortunately, SlugBooks offers a simple, stress-free way to find the lowest available cost for your textbook. How SlugBooks Works SlugBooks’ methods are straightforward: simply type in your textbook’s […]


Making The Most of Your College Meal Plan

By , June 7th, 2017

Whether your college uses dining dollars or meal swipes, if you’re living on campus, you have a meal plan. Meal plans are fantastic because they are built into your tuition and ensure that you will not go hungry for the whole school year – that is, unless you run out before the year is over. […]


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 […]


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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