With college costs outpacing inflation, do students of today need their parents help in paying for their schooling?
Archives for June 2014
529 plans are a good tax advantaged way to save for college education. What are some myths and misconceptions about 529 college savings plans?
There are a lot of 529 education savings plans available these days. Which ones are the best? Which give the lowest fees, best investments and management?
How can we use the money that we’ve earned in a way that maximizes our happiness? Is it better to spend on material things, or on experiences?
Kids spending the better part of their day head deep in their screens? Few things can get them motivated like a good old dose of capitalism. Here are 10 small business ideas for kids.
The vast majority of the time, keeping finances joint, even if doing so is a struggle to get used to, is best for the marriage. Here’s why.
Father’s day is here again, and for most dads it will probably come and go with a card, a phone call, and maybe a bad tie. I admit that i do the same thing most years. This year I thought I’d do something a little different. I thought I’d write a post about my father. […]
As you embark on this post college graduation journey, it’s a good idea to practice the basic principles of good financial management. Here are 5 tips to get you started.
In many cases, a balance transfer can be a smart choice. However, a balance transfer isn’t always the right choice. Here’s how to know the difference.
Don’t have a plan for college yet? You might want to take actual university courses for free online to help you find where your passion lies. Here’s where you can take courses online, FREE of charge.
Conventional wisdom says that having a college degree will mean earning hundreds of thousands more in your working life. But just what is the real ROI for a degree? Is it as much as we’ve been lead to believe?