It's vital to prepare your child for college if you want them to succeed. I share some simple ways to get them ready for college and their new life
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Most people are really bad with money. It’s not their fault; they were born that way. But after a certain age, that’s not an excuse anymore. Everyone’s financial literacy is in their own hands. But you have to reach out and take it; financial education isn’t going to come to you. For one thing, it’s not taught in schools.
It’s almost the end of 2014 and students everywhere are finally turning their minds away from high school and looking forward to what’s to come at college. If you’re one of those students that has settled on doing a business degree, then your next choice will be deciding on which colleges to apply for.
Over the past few years, more and more colleges and universities have begun offering free online courses. At first these courses were more for older people, interested in learning more without having to actually attend college all over again.
The internet has changed higher education significantly. Not only can you now take some courses online, there are some degrees that you can take exclusively online. For busy adults with families looking to continue their education, this new found freedom is a welcomed option.
A couple weeks ago, some of my fellow personal finance bloggers and I launched the pilot episode of the Money Mastermind Show. It’s an exciting adventure, since this is something I’ve never done before.