- 5 Money Tips to Know By 45
You’ve gotten through first part of your career, and
probably have achieved some major life goals by now! Whether you’re preparing
your kids for middle school or preparing yourself for grandkids as a young
empty nester, the situation is ever changing- and so is the best advice for
your finances! Read on for money tips to ensure that you’ve got a handle for
your future ...
- How to Hustle Your Way Through College
Off to college soon? Worried about expenses? If you’re
not afraid of a little work, you can hustle your way through college with
little to no debt. Whether you have scholarships or financial aid- or neither-
an education is still possible. Read on to see if you’re ready! Understand Your Budget Before you even get to college, know how to budget your expenses. Take ownership ...
- Paying for College
Are you thinking about
a college degree, but worried about paying back loans for college? Before
you’ve even started attending college? It can be daunting to consider how much
debt Americans go into for their degrees. U.S. News & World Report found the average bachelor’s degree
graduate takes 21 years to pay off their loans. Twenty. One. Years!!!! Loans are the most talked about ...
- Retirement Questions Answered
Have you considered your life after retirement? We often
imagine a life of leisure, traveling the world or visiting family- or even just
staying at home focusing on hobbies. These are all great goals and sound
relaxing, but there is a financial reality to be aware of for the retired
years. Whatever you choose to do during retirement, be it taking up new skills
- Save Money – Send Them to Community College
Young adults don’t know what they want to do with the rest of their lives right out of high school. The first couple of years of college are spent taking prerequisite classes. Most of these are the same, no matter what college you attend. Everyone must take English 101 and History. Whether you are going to be a doctor or ...
- Who Created Retirement?
Retirement is a concept that did
not exist before 1881. Those that lived before had nothing to look forward too.
Once the people of that time hit the working-age, they started working. Most
would continue working until they physically could not or until they died. All
those years ago, this was the norm. They knew no other way. Lucky for us a man
came along ...