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Money Advice for New Grads

When I graduated from college, I thought I knew a lot. I knew how to do laundry, how to feed myself and save money at the same time, and how to interview well. All very valuable things you need to know by the time you graduate from college, or so I thought. While I wouldn’t […]

8 Ways to Stand Out with Your Resume

Impression is everything when it comes to landing a job. That impression mainly comes from how you present yourself and of course, your resume. With the increasing number of job seekers every year, it’s not unusual for employers to simply glance at resume when deciding on people who can take the next step in their […]

Financial Education: How I Took Charge of My Own Knowledge

My parents taught me many important lessons on money, and were the primary sources for my financial education. I’m grateful for the principles, values, and habits they instilled in me from an early age. Thanks to my mom and dad, I always understood the importance of saving, working hard to earn more (in order to […]

How to Help Your Child Pay for College

The following article is a guest post.  If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me. One of the biggest quandaries about sending your son or daughter to college is how to pay for it. If you don’t have a college fund built up, it can be daunting. Even if […]

Get Rich Investing in Human Capital

Instead of talking about stock or real estate investments today, I’ll be diving into an often forgotten investment.  Human capital is the knowledge, skills or health that you have acquired in your lifetime.  Most people think of capital as a CD account, retirement savings or property.  But tangible forms of capital aren’t the only kinds […]