Purchasing your first car in a big deal. It’s a great lesson in finances, too. Whether you’re looking for something new or used, Dr. Sean Stein Smith is ready to answer you car-buying questions to help you get on the road with the best deal possible.
Warning: The average U.S. college student takes 21 years to pay off a bachelor’s degree. Resist the urge to scream. Here’s how to make sure debt doesn’t bury you.
As long as there are humans living on Planet Earth, there’s going to need to be food to feed all of us. And that food has to be grown somewhere, by someone.
After graduating college it became pretty clear that the "real world" is an expensive place to be (especially if you have student loans to pay back).
For almost four years I’ve been listing my job occupation as "freelance writer." Google my name and solid traces of my writing career pop up. But when it comes to what I do for a living, my real profession is something else entirely.
Many high school students spend the first part of their senior year taking or retaking SATs, writing essays and filling out college applications galore. Those same students then spend the better part of their final high school semester eagerly eyeing their mailboxes, stressing out over acceptances and rejections and wracking their brains to figure out which college to attend.
My father taught me about money at a young age. By 19 I had already traveled to multiple wealth-building seminars across the country ranging in everything from stock trading, real estate and to making a living as a professional speaker. After meeting multiple millionaires I wanted that lifestyle for myself and trading stocks seemed like the best way for me to get there.
If you feel like you’re the only Millennial with financial problems, know you’re not alone. In fact, 42 percent of Millennials say that debt is their “biggest financial concern”.
Last week, a new restaurant opened in my neighborhood. The door was open, colorful balloons adorned the fence and a chalkboard sign invited me in. I was intrigued. But when I punched their name into Google, I got zilch. No website, no Yelp reviews, no Facebook page.
I remember having dinner with my extended family about six months after my husband and I had gotten married. Everyone wanted to know how our jobs were going, how we were adjusting to married life and when we were planning to have a baby.