The share of people who have moved because of the pandemic continues to rise â but their reasons for doing so have changed in recent months.
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According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), raising a child to the age of 18 sets families back an average of $233,610, and thatâs for each child. This figure doesnât even include the cost of college, which is growing faster than inflation. CollegeBoard data found that for the 2019-2020 school year, the average in-state, […]
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If you’re interested in starting a business while in college, here are some ideas that you might want to consider.
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Those ubiquitous checklists of âdorm room essentialsâ for college freshmen are filled with items that will be ditched by the end of first semester.
Some parents âgo to the store and grab a list like they did when their kids were in elementary and high school and just go straight down the list,â says Lisa Heffernan, mother of three sons and a college-shopping veteran. Or they buy things they only wish their students will use (looking at you, cleaning products).
You can safely skip about 70% of things on those lists, estimates Asha Dornfest, the author of Parent Hacks and mother of a rising college sophomore whoâs home for the summer.
Using Wade Pfau’s data and “predictions” of the future, we’re creating an updated Trinity Study to use for our retirement planning.
If you have a special child in your life, you may be wondering what to put under the tree this year. One long-lasting and truly meaningful way to show the child in your life that you care is by taking…
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This weekâs Mint audit introduces us to Selena, 48, a mom of two living in San Antonio, Texas. She is a community college director and her husband, 51, is a full-time graphic designer who also manages a booming side hustle…
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For the most part, generations are a social construct.Â The line that divides a millennial and a âGen X-erâ is oftentimes up for debate and somewhat vague. But paying attention to these generational divides can be helpful. It sheds light on what trends are taking place amongst which age groups and it gives us an […]
How Different Generations Experience Debt is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.
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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