Are you new to investing? Not sure where to start? Investing for beginners can be overwhelming. There are so many moving parts. With that said, we hope the process we’ll show you today will make it easier for you to get started. What follows are ten steps you can take to become a successful investor…. Read More
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In July of 2013, I finished paying off my student loans. It was a fantastic feeling and something I still think about to this day. Even though I have a success story when it comes to paying off student loans, I know that many others struggle with their student loan debt every single day. The […]
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Credit cards are a great tool for building credit. They’re easy to use, offer flexibility, and sometimes even reward you for using them. Most also directly impact your credit score and are used by many people to begin building their credit profile. But what if you donât want a credit card or are having trouble… Read More
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After the stress of submitting college applications and waiting for the results, an exciting task for preparing for college comes next: packing. Of course, figuring out what to bring to college can cause some angst, but itâs also a liberating beginning to a brand-new chapter. Preparing for this new experience doesnât have to be a […]
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The new year is right around the corner and if you’re like most people, you’ve probably got a running list of resolutions to achieve and milestones to reach. If getting out of debt ranks near the top, now’s the time … Continue reading →
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College is expensive and everyone knows that. Between paying for tuition, parking, textbooks, extra fees, and everything else, you also have basic living expenses to pay for as well. All of these costs are either brand new or somewhat new to you most likely as well, so you might not even know how to survive […]
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The financial camps are divided between paying off your smallest first vs. your highest interest student loan. So whoâs right? Finance people can agree on a few things. Some debts like payday loans and IRS back taxes are worse than…
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Hello! Enjoy this post from my friend Martin. I know this situation applies to many out there (the possibility of what you or others may believe to be useless degrees), so hopefully this post can help someone out! “Why did you waste your time on that degree?” The most ignorant question in the world. You deserve […]
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College graduates saddled with student loans may find this hard to believe, but there is one upside to having to pay back all that debt: It helps you build credit. That may seem like a small consolation â particularly if the balances you owe areÂ even averageÂ âÂ but credit can be hard to come by. Of course,… Read More
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While applying to college, students and parents may consider a variety of factors before enrolling. Those factors could include everything from the programs the school offers, to its location, sports programs, tuitions, and potential financial aid. But, one more thing families may want to think about is a college or universityâs endowment. Not familiar with […]
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