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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Is financial independence the norm? On June 13, researcher and entrepreneur Alan McMillan hosts an exclusive webinar to discuss why so many people never reach this goal, and gives advice on what you can do to beat the odds and get there!
There are many reasons you may want to build all aspects of your credit, and sometimes it makes sense to take out a small loan in addition to your credit cards. But how much should you borrow, and how do loans affect your credit?
In late 2014 and early 2015, a host of big announcements from media companies made cutting that cable tv cord pretty attractive. The announcements continue, the options keep getting better, and cable companies are losing customers.
The academic side of business, marketing, and economics may seem lofty or complex, but by learning even a a few simple principles you can greatly increase your understanding of everyday finances.
Credentialed money expert Reyna Gobel answers the question of whether you should use your student loans to pay off the balance of your high-interest credit card.
If you’ve never written a resume before, the task might seem simple at first. All you need to do is provide contact information, details about your education and experience, and a list of interests, right? But what if your work experience is lacking?
When the weather warms, nothing feels better than working outdoors. While it may seem cheaper than the gym, and sometimes more fun, there are still costs you should consider.
There are many factors that come into play when picking a new place to live. So many, in fact, that the whole thing can feel overwhelming. To start the process off, here are some considerations to keep in mind when scoping out your next home.
Are you stashing extra money in a savings account? While this is advisable, if you have a surplus perhaps some of your savings could be put to better use elsewhere.
Yesterday we gave an overview of the gig economy, some ups and downs, but we didn't tell you how to dive in. Now it's time to strategize.
Independent contractors now account for about 34 percent of the workforce, according to a 2014 study by the research firm Edelman Berland. That means 54 million Americans are engaging in the gig economy. Are you on board?