More Posts by Robert Farrington

5 Life Milestones You Should be Financially Prepared For

Are you financially equipped to enjoy each stage of your life as it unfolds? Can you honestly afford the common occurrences of things such as marriage and purchasing a home to retirement and even death? Have you thought that far ahead yet? If you’re honest with yourself chances are you’re nowhere near ready for those […]

Climbing the Modern Corporate Ladder

The employment world is constantly in flux, making it important for business professionals to understand how to find a job and enhance their place in a company’s hierarchy. When you look at a professional’s history, such as a Pete Briger profile, you’ll notice strategic movements over the years. These professionals could have great success at […]

WeFinance Review: The Kickstarter of Student Loans

If you have high interest rates on your student loans, refinancing them can be one of the best money-saving moves that you make. However, as we’ve discussed in recent months, the options for refinancing are so vast that the entire process becomes overwhelming. Today we want to show you another student loan refinancing company who’s […]

Taxes And Student Loan Forgiveness

I get a lot of questions about student loan forgiveness and taxes. The questions come in many forms: Will I owe taxes on the amount of my student loan debt forgiven? What will my student loan forgiveness tax burden be? Is the debt forgiven tax free for student loan forgiveness? So, will I pay taxes […]

How Can Lower Oil Prices Benefit You?

It may be obvious that lower gasoline prices are good for consumers who use their cars a lot. However, according to what Robert Rosenkranz writes, lower oil prices have far reaching benefits for countries such as the United States, India, Japan and Europe. More Cash in their Pocket When the average family, that lives from […]

Should You Subscribe To Investing Newsletters? Nate’s Notes Newsletter Review

Whether you’re new to investing or are an investing buff, there’s a lot to keep up with when it comes to the stock market. Buying and selling can become cumbersome, and if you’re not careful to do your own research before investing, you could potentially lose a lot of money. What if there was an […]

Comparing Amazon Student vs. Amazon Prime

Amazon Student is a game-changer for college students who are looking to glean the benefits of Amazon without having to pay the high yearly fee that comes with Amazon Prime. Amazon Student has roots from back in 2010 when the e-commerce giant realized that it had a lot of students who were looking to find an affordable means […]