Retirement planning for a 14 year old? Sounds like a crazy idea. But look closely at the math and you’ll realize those small contributions grow the most.
Quickly, how would you would answer this question: “What’s your income?” Everyone should understand the difference between gross and net income and why both numbers are important in your financial life.
Have you ever calculated your real hourly wage? You might be surprised! Once you find it out, you can use that information to make some adjustments in your personal and financial life that will result in real change.
Campuses are gearing up for fresh-faced freshmen and returning students this fall. Many college students have a limited amount of money – along with limited experience in managing money. But the opportunities to spend are unlimited! Here are some tips for managing your money as a college student . . . .