Most financial advice is written for people who already have money. Not the wealthy, but people who actually have disposable incomes.
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Yup, today’s post is going to be a mini rant on health insurance. To fully understand why I’m mad, it’s important to know the back story. Before my wife and I got married, we each had our own health coverage from our employers.
So, you’ve spent your entire working life saving and investing diligently for your retirement, and now the years you’ve saved so hard and long for are upon you — it’s time, or almost time, to retire.
More than at any other point in history, the need to travel for business or pleasure is really taking off. To accommodate for this, many airlines have come out of nowhere to become market leaders.
Keeping your business running smoothly and in the black involves skillfully managing, respecting and properly utilizing the people who work for you, and that reality is true whether your company employs four people or 4,000.
As a business major, you know how important it is to get ready for interviews. There are a lot of things you need to keep in mind, from looking professional to ensuring that you have great answers to the questions asked.
Mutual funds are a popular way to gain entry into the stock market today. With a small amount of money, you can own shares of hundreds of companies, regardless of their share price.
Working in the non-profit sector is a wonderful way to marry your career goals to a cause you feel passionately about. But did you know it also provides the kind of do-it all experience and mentality that corporate employers love?
Saving for a house is a lengthy process. With the median home price of $221,000 a 10% down payment is $22,000. Coming up with that amount of money is no easy task. And that is only 10%.