Thanks to Emily from Taking Change for the guest post at Free Money Finance highlighting an important survey showing that young people are in financial dire straights. The report, released by the financial advocacy group Qvisory, indicates that adults ages 18-34 are facing stagnating incomes, higher expenses, and increasing debt loads. Not surprisingly, we’re also […]
I do not subscribe to the Suze Orman personal finance methodology. Unfortunately, I think most personal finance bloggers do. What am I talking about? It’s the notion that: “If you spend money, you’re stupid; If you’re in debt, you’re stupid.”
As an undergrad you are still considered a dependant of your parents for the purposes of federal aid. That means that you need their financial information when you apply for federal aid, even if they aren’t helping you go to school. It might not be fair, but that’s the default assumption. However, there are a few exceptions which we discuss here.
Wondering how much you need in your emergency fund? Calculate a rough estimate of how much to stash away for a rainy day using this simple formula.
Whether you’re actively aiming for a new gig or just floating a few resumes here and there, following these critical resume tips can make the difference between landing your dream job and never even getting into an interview chair.
I just wanted to drop everybody a note to let you know that I’m leaving tomorrow for a week in Croatia and Bosnia, and won’t be posting for that time. I may be able to get up a couple of guest posts next week, but I can’t promise it…so my apologies in advance if it’s […]