Think credit card rewards are worth it? The truth is you actually might be spending more money with credit cards. Here’s why.
Archives for April 2015
Here’s an interesting question from a reader, and I would love to know your thoughts: I grew up in a lower-middle-class suburb of a big city, where my father worked in consulting for most of my childhood. We had a very comfortable lifestyle, and my parents became accustomed to living like money grew on trees. […]
It’s almost summer for college students around the country, and that means it is time to start thinking about getting an internship. Internships can be great ways to get first hand experiences in the field you may want to pursue after graduation. They also look great on resumes for new graduates, and many do pay, […]
Identifying your spending personality is the first step to changing your behaviors. Here are four types of spending personalities. Which are you?
How to start saving for college with a 529 college savings plan that allows parents and families to save for their children’s education with tax deferred money.
College costs continue to rise, despite the recession and economic struggles of many American families these days. Public college tuition costs students about $7,000 per year and private colleges cost more than three times that much. With rising costs and many families struggling just to get by, many college aged students are wondering if its […]
April is Financial Literacy Month, and here are five things that Americans need to do during April to tune up their finances and set up their futures.
Today is tax day. If you have finished your taxes yet, you should be a little worried. But you don’t have to panic yet – you technically have all day to get your taxes in. In fact, if you’re old fashioned, you can mail your taxes all the way up until midnight at some post […]
As tuition seems to skyrocket across the country, one prestigious and well-renowned university is taking a different approach.
Looking for a better tax organization method? See how you can save hours of time by putting together a simple income tax binder.
Looking to get money smart? Here are seven traits of financially successful people that you’ll want to adopt.
Life insurance is an important part of every financial plan, and Quotacy makes it easy to find the best life insurance policy for your needs.
If you want to land the job and pass an interview, you have to project success by mastering your body language. Here are 12 proven tips to help.
Smart investors know how to save money on taxes by leveraging tools like ETrade’s Education Center to learn how to reduce the taxes paid.
How to find your student loan payoff amount and the process of making your final student loan debt payment.
The student aid bill of rights changes are slated to take place in 2016. Do you think they’ll help?