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How I Save 75% of My After Tax Income Each Month

The following is guest post from Brian of www.TakeYourSuccess.com I’m a nerd for personal finance. Since around the age of 13, I’ve been invested in the stock market. I get excited when a new blog post shows up on The College Investor. And I have more fun receiving a paycheck and distributing the money strategically. […]

5 Money Mistakes I Seriously Hope I Don’t Make In My 30s

I learned some tough money lessons in my 20s. I had credit card debt that was spiraling out of control. I was making unnecessary purchases. I was definitely not saving money. I learned all of these lessons the hard way. The very hard way. I recently turned 30, and the next chapter awaits: preparing for […]

What to Look for When Investing in a Crowdfunding Project

For decades high-return investment in start-up companies has been off limits to regular investors. Rules by the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) didn’t even allow advertisement of these investments to the public as venture capital firms like Bain Capital got fat on the opportunity. While Crowdfunding has not yet opened to everyone, new rules could […]

Why Every College Student Should Be Good at Sales Before They Graduate

Believe it or not, I graduated college with the full expectation of going to Medical School, but I traded medical School to go become a car salesman. A questionable choice if you ask me looking from the outside in, but one that I hope will help you gain new perspective by the time you are […]

How to Get a Credit Score of 800 Before You Graduate College

The last thing you worry about when you are in college is your credit, and unfortunately that means when you join the workforce and get ready to start living, you start realizing why that was probably one of the worst things you could have neglected. There is no reason for me to remind you of […]

Why Rental Properties are a Great Way to Diversify Your Investments

Most financial advisers, television shows about money, and even colleges teach people to invest money in the stock market. Real estate is rarely mentioned as a vehicle to invest your money, except when buying a personal residence rather than renting one. I feel investing in real estate with rental properties is one of the best […]

The Millennial’s Intro Guide to Term Life Insurance

As money-wise millennials, we have a lot of goals in mind as we graduate from school, get started with our careers and think about what we want our finances to look like in the coming years. One financial consideration that often gets pushed to the periphery is life insurance. You may be asking isn’t life […]