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Category Archives: COLLEGE PLANNING
“You have to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was.” ― Abraham Lincoln A few weeks ago, the story of a 22-year-old college student who had blown through her college fund too early, blaming her parents … Continue reading
This is a guest post from Kate Phillips of Total Wealth. Kate helps us write and edit this blog. How a Whopper of a Financial Mistake Became a Blessing in Disguise Last week, we published a post from Dan Sullivan … Continue reading
“Whereas mutual fund advertising accounts for 3.8 percent of advertising revenues at the Wall Street Journal and 1.1 percent at the New York Times, it accounts for 15 percent at Money, 16 percent at SmartMoney, and 28 percent at Kiplinger’s.” … Continue reading
“The main reason people struggle financially is… that people learn to work for money. . . but never learn to have money work for them.” -Robert Kiyosaki How do you make your dollars work harder? An effective way to multiply … Continue reading
In this economic climate, you can’t afford not to have a college education. The only problem? You might not be able to afford the college education you have. In our last post, we detailed The Student Loan Problem: Drowning in … Continue reading
When you don’t have the money to buy something, you either borrow or you do without. So what factors determine whether it’s best to borrow or do without? The Fine Line: Good Debt vs. Bad Debt Through the history of … Continue reading