Education is priceless, but debt isn’t. The interest rates can be very high, and the less money you borrow, the faster you can pay it off. And the faster you can pay it off, the better.
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Insurance open-enrollment season is in full swing and with the end of the year rapidly approaching, it is common for many people to consider their expenses and look for cost savings. A Health Care Savings Account may be just what the doctor ordered.
Earning interest on top of what you deposit into investment accounts savings account is an essential part of investing for your future. And compound interest is just the beginning.
Whether you are new to the Health Insurance Marketplace or looking to change your approach to healthcare costs this year, there are a number of important dates and facts to keep in mind between now and January 31, 2016 that can impact both your health and
Are you among the projected 138.5 million Americans who will take to the shopping mall tomorrow? Before you make preparations for Black Friday, or camp out in line at your favorite department store there's something you should know.
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?
Looking to apply for scholarships but tired of competing with the masses? Check out these scholarships that are off the beaten path, and far from mainstream.
It’s that time of the year when families are preparing their largest and possibly most costly meal of the year. Here are a few tips to keep the splurging to a minimum.
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.
Want to fortify your retirement savings before the end of the year? According to the experts, you should consider the following items when making year-end contributions.
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.