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A few weeks ago, a friend of mine asked for advice on getting scholarships for college, so I wrote her an email with my thoughts.
If you haven’t checked it out, Kiplinger has a great section for young adults called “Starting Out”.
Bob Morris , on Dec 31, 2010, 5:32 am Now our economy is facing the biggest student loan debt bubble in the history of the world, and when our new college graduates enter the “real world” they are finding out that the good jobs they were promised are very few and far between. Then they discover they are tens of thousands of dollars in debt with loans that can not be discharged even by bankruptcy.
By Pinyo , on June 25, 2008
This article is by staff writer Adam Baker. Baker recently reflected on just how much money affects our internal values . When booking airfare online, most people think of the popular online aggregation sites.
I am Baker’s raging excitement… I think I’m going to enjoy writing this much more than you enjoy reading it.
Cornell, MoneyNing’s advice is in general good. However, a good place to go to see if you should change your W-4 allowances is the IRS website, http://www.irs.gov . There, you can locate the instructions for both the W-4 form and the important Estimated Taxes (1040-ES) form.
If you were going to sit down and write a list about building prosperity, what would be on your list? Here are 38 random lessons I’ve learned about making money.
January 13, 2011, 6:00 am by: MD Category: Miscellaneous
If you're anything like me, you graduated from college and perhaps even took a finance class or accounting class here or there, but you didn't learn anything about managing your personal finances. In fact, there probably wasn't even an opportunity to take any such class in either high school or college. But if college is partly about training us for a job, shouldn't we learn what to do with the money we earn from a job? Especially in a country where 45% of college students are in credit card debt and 40% of all Americans say they live beyond their means, I think it's time to wise up to some of the challenges of money management.
Happy New Year! Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on personal finance tips for recent college grads, haggling like a pro to get what you want, and tips to build your savings account.