A new saving mentality: Some big financial moves to consider


Did you know that the average American household only saves $6,000 per year. That's alarming when you think about people’s ability to retire but even worse, millions of people are one financial disaster away from bankruptcy.

And that makes for the type of worry that travels with you all day. From your first bite of breakfast in the morning to your last episode of Netflix at night, there’s always a nagging feeling to save more.

So today we will lay out a few methods that can have a large effect...


A How-To Guide on Reducing College Expenses


College is expensive. But in today’s labor market, it’s arguably less expensive than not going to college. On average, workers who have earned a Bachelor’s degree will also earn 75% more in their lifetimes than high school graduates will. Depending on the choices you make, your college degree can actually pay for itself after just a few years in the workforce. Let’s take a look at a few of the more financially significant decisions you’re likely to make—the ones that will have a direct impact on how much your education costs.

Choice Number One: Which School Will You Attend?



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