The idea that only rich people get to go to college used to be a common thought and sadly, it was not unfounded in the beginning. However, as far back as 1643, when Lady Anne Radcliffe Mowlson donated 100 pounds … Read the full article
Family and money may not mix, but for recent college grads, they often have to. It may seem counter-intuitive to ask for extra cash or a loan after finishing school, but under certain circumstances, a little financial assistance can lead … Read the full article
It seems that every few years the world comes up with a new name to slap onto a group of young people. Generation X, Baby Boomers, and Traditionalists are all large groups of people who were born and lived throughout … Read the full article
Unexpected expenses can cause real trouble in your life. Flat tires, medical emergencies or unexpected life expenses can all leave you financially crippled. Here are some ways you can make these unexpected costs a little more manageable.
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Adulting 101 – How to Buy a House.
This should be a college course, am I right? After graduating from college and getting a “big kid job”, buying a home seems like the logical next step for both “adulting” reasons … Read the full article
If you are anything like me the thought of paying back your student loans scares the daylights out of you. Let’s be honest, financial responsibility as a concept is pretty terrifying. And let me tell you from experience, the 6 … Read the full article
Life after college is full of new challenges and responsibilities, as evidenced by much of the content on this site! There are always new hurdles to clear, and transitioning from the life of a student to that of a “real … Read the full article
Whether you’re starting a new job or negotiating a raise, you’re not always going to get the salary you want. If your employer won’t come up to your magic number, try negotiating some alternatives.
Here are 12 things you can … Read the full article
When it comes to managing your money, there’s no shortage of rules to follow. From saving a certain percentage of your income to not racking up debt, to diversifying your investments, it’s easy to find guidelines that are meant to … Read the full article