My son will be starting his senior year of high school in just a little more than a month. The potential of his future is beginning to unfold before him. After visiting some college campuses, he's weighing his options to determine where he will … [Read more...] about What Is Out Of State Tuition and How Can You Avoid Paying It?
Now that I'm somehow a "big time" blogger (at least in someone's eyes), I get a few dozen emails each week from random people that "I've posted this great article at...". I've ignored them in the past, but this past few weeks, some of them are … [Read more...] about Random Links from the Web: March 20th Edition
As I'm writing a series on Personal Finance basics, I have to be a bit general since "the basics" applies to a wide variety of individuals. Although all of my recent experience is in white-collar jobs, I'm also aware that many (if not most) of my … [Read more...] about Personal Finance Basics: Job Search Techniques
Up next in the Personal Finance Basics Series is a task that I personally should go through myself: Career Planning. I have discovered what I'm good at doing, for the most part, but I haven't actually taken the time to sit down and figure out what I … [Read more...] about Personal Finance Basics: Career Planning
The first lesson for personal finance basics is about you, your job and your future. Why People Work People work to meet their needs, wants and goals. Some of us also work out of a sense of duty to ourselves, our families or just our fellow men and … [Read more...] about Personal Finance Basics: Your Job, Your Future
I just opened a letter from our student loan provider that's been sitting in a pile all week. I thought it was the monthly bill for Stacie's loan, but it turns out it was a notification. Here's what it said: WHY WE ARE CONTACTING … [Read more...] about Our Student Loan Interest Rate Went Down by 1%!