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Did You Just Graduate College Without a Job? Here Are A Few Options …

We have all seen the headlines. It’s been a common occurrence for a few years now. College students are graduating with little or no job prospects. Questions like the one posed here on a Yahoo! message board are all too common. Articles like this one talk about how over half of the graduates 25 years of […]


How To Know If Homeschooling Is Right For You

  I think in the last year, the whole world has seriously looked into the question of whether or not homeschooling is right for them.  Many decided to jump feet in for health fears and many decided to jump in because they had no choice.  This has left a large group, frustrated and at odds […]


How to Make the Most Out of Your Education When Running a Business

When you are busy running a business, you might find it hard to allocate time to your personal and professional development. We spend hours trying to make social media or branding work for us, and – on top of that – we also have to deal with the everyday tasks. The majority of successful business […]


Want To Make A Positive Difference To The Environment? Here’s How

The environment is a hot subject right now in all senses of the word. The planet is heating up, the climate is changing and whether you are looking at the local or global scale, the environment is suffering as a consequence. And yet, for all that we are all talking about the effects of global […]


This Is How You Save More For College Starting Now

Have you been saving for your kids’ college fund? Do you even know where to start? Sallie Mae and Ipsos recently released a report on how Americans are saving for college. In it, you will have the opportunity to see what other parents across the country are doing and see how your savings plan compares. […]


The Power Shift Within Education & How It Affects Your School Years

Education is a huge financial investment, and at its fundamental core, the business model fueling most universities and colleges is to provide education and facilities in return for a fee.  Therefore, from a legal perspective, a student is in contract with their college, as a form of consumer contract – whereby the college is the […]


Why Using a Credit Card is a Sensible Financial Decision

Article by: Melissa Taylor With more than 500 million credit cards in circulation in the United States, Americans are no strangers to our beloved plastic. Experts in personal finance spend a lot of effort trying to convince people why we should never lay a finger on a credit card. With nearly sixty percent of Americans carrying […]

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