Saving money, improving your financial life, and building wealth all start when you set a goal and implement a plan to reach that goal.
This is the time of year when most people start to panic about filing their taxes. But never fear, in this blog, I will share some of the forms you need and provide you with resources to assist in preparing your taxes.
College affordability and student loan forgiveness are frequent topics of public concern.
If you work for the government or a nonprofit organization, you might be eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).
The New Year holiday creates a feeling of starting fresh and encourages us to set new goals.
Financial tips for creating a holiday spending budget.
The FAFSA is a gateway to be eligible for most scholarships and grants, even those which are not need-based. Almost all require the FAFSA, so you should still plan to complete it.
Preparing financially for loss will not diminish sorrow, but it can reduce the stress and fear of suddenly becoming the sole financial decision maker.
Commuting to a college campus daily is one of the many ways college students can save money. Students are not only able to save on room and board, but also save money by not purchasing a meal plan or spending money at on-campus dining.
Have you ever thought, “Is my money in the right place?” Don’t worry, you are not alone. Many people are not sure where to put their money. Some items to consider include: What the money is for? How soon will you need it? How comfortable are you with fluctuations in the value? To begin, you …