Millennials And Investing: A Study And Six Tips

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 Millennials are not all alike. This fact is probably news to no one, yet the number of myths permeating this age group is numerous.  Millennials are the largest generation at 35% of the US labor force and have been so … Read More

How To Pay For College: A Family Guide

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You got into your college. How to pay for college? The latest student loan statistics reflect  $1.56 trillion held by 43.2 million student borrowers by an average of $39,351. College education leads to higher income, job security, and great opportunities … Read More

Six Ways To Save For College Early

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“Training is everything. The peach was once a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.” Mark Twain “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” Derek Bok “College is part of an American dream. It shouldn’t … Read More

Women And Money: 7 Steps To Better Control Your Finances

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“Poor or rich, money is good to have.”  Leah Eliash Kaufman, my grandmother “Lasting net worth comes only when you have a healthy and strong sense of self-worth.”  Suze Orman “Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever … Read More

11 Reasons Why Investors Need To Understand The Fed

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When the Fed speaks, investors listen…really closely. The Fed (formally known as The Federal Reserve System) is the central bank of the US. The Fed regulates commercial banks and has the responsibility for conducting monetary policy to achieve its dual … Read More

How To Start Investing: A Guide For Beginners

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 Ready to learn how to invest? Take heed from Warren Buffett’s famous quote: “Rule number one: Don’t lose money. Rule number two: Don’t forget rule number one.” Whether you are learning how to invest on your own, with a finance … Read More