How To Create Passive Income With No Money

Passive income seems to be the Holy Grail of personal finance. I mean when it comes to income, what could be better than earning without having to trade your time for dollars? There are two main routes to passive income – either you invest money to make it happen, or you invest time to make […]

Do I Have To File Taxes In Multiple States?

Tax filing season may be the single best argument for living a life of simplicity. The Federal Tax code is arcane, but state tax codes put it to shame. Answering a question as simple as, “Where do I file my state income tax returns?” becomes a confusing labyrinth that leaves the average filer casting about […]

WealthSimple Review: The Robo Advisor With Feelings

Is investing hard? Not really. At The College Investor, we believe that lazy investors grow rich. Investors rarely need to learn about anything beyond basic asset allocation. Once you figure out some jargon and automate a habit of sensible investing, you’re set. It’s easier than ever to start investing in publicly traded stocks and bonds. It’s […]

Personal Finance Rules You Need To Live By

When it comes to personal finances there are so many opinions that it can be hard to decide who to listen to. However, even with these varying levels of opinions there are also some personal finance rules that are non-negotiable. Remember, when it comes to your money, it’s just simple math. I’m a big believer in […]

ACS Loan Servicing Problems – Where To Find Help

ACS Loan Serving, also known as ACS Educational Services (and owned by Xerox believe it or not), is one of the largest loan servicing operations contracted by the Department of Education. In recent years, because of complaints with ACS Loan Servicing, most of their Direct Loans were transferred to other Federal loan servicers by the Department […]

How to Pay for College as an Adult

If you’re over the age of 25 you might feel like the odd-one-out if you’re thinking about going back to school. You shouldn’t, though. Nearly 40% of college students are considered adult learners, over the age of 25. Going back to school as an adult has some major benefits. First and foremost you’re far more […]