It’s that time again. Time to turn in scholarship applications. And just in time too. According to the National Center for Education Statistics “Average undergraduate tuition and fees for full-time students across all degree-granting postsecondary institutions in 2013–14 were $11,200
Did you have a budget all year and throw it out the window immediately after Thanksgiving?
Lots of people immediately dismiss credit as a catch 22, a necessary evil, or something that they can do without altogether. But today I would like to argue that it can actually be relatively easy, act as a positive force for our wallets, and is vital to our daily lives. Here are three cases for credit:
I was at the park last Sunday afternoon with family. A cute little girl on the playground was standing behind a window playing the cashier. She was collecting “money” from other kids and giving them something in return. The ground was...
Learning to stick to a budget can be a difficult task for most people. Often times, it isn’t the lack of information and knowledge that keep you from saving and decreasing your expenses, but the lack of discipline.