Since the New York stock market first got its start, Americans have used it to fund their retirements, new businesses and more. Without a doubt, the market has changed significantly since the 1800's—but have people changed their investing habits?
Spending above and beyond during this season of giving can derail your financial goals, and put you – and your checking account – in tough spot for the New Year. In an effort to assist you in maintaining a healthy balance here are a few tips.
Yesterday in Part I we discussed the many reasons an international student might benefit from a US education; in Part II we look specifically at how you can access a US education, even from thousands of miles away.
In an increasingly globalized economy, higher education has become a key to socio-economic mobility and professional competitiveness. For many international students, receiving an education in the U.S. can offer a competitive edge.
Our October $250 Monthly Challenge covered the topic of Identifying Financial Risks. Participants were asked to watch a video, read an article, and then answer a few questions about what they learned. Here are some of the best responses.