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The following is guest post from Brian. 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. When I […]
The following is a guest post from Martin of Studenomics, where he shows you how to save money in your 20s without missing out on the fun. “Nobody ever told me that in college.” I wish that I could attribute this quote to one person. I’ve heard this from so many readers and friends. There’s […]
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 […]
Talk to just about anyone who is currently repaying their student loans and they will likely tell you that there are lots of things they didn’t know or wished they would have done differently when they got their student loans. One of the most popular misconceptions about student loan debt is that it is “good […]
This is a guest post by Tony Chou, who posts his thoughts on The Investorz Blog. Personally, I believe in simplicity. Now before I start talking about why simplicity is beneficial when investing, let me go off topic for a while. Is Simplicity The Key To Success? What’s better? Complicated, or simple? Let’s look at […]
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a massive guide to a budget wedding? Well, here it is! Learn about the many aspects of creating a great wedding.
Are you on a limited budget but want to start making some passive income? Here’s what you should do first, as well as ideas to earn money.
Freelance writing is the ultimate side hustle. It’s flexible, it pays well, and it’s enjoyable. In fact, freelance blogging helped me go from earning $1,600 per month to earning more than $5,500 per month. This profession was my golden ticket to bigger and better opportunities. The flexibility and sheer amount of opportunity that comes along […]
Here’s The College Investor’s list of the best personal finance, money, and investing podcasts for your listening pleasure, find them on iTunes or Stitcher.