College Life, Income and Careers | Wednesday, October 11th, 2017

Studying Abroad – After High School or College?

Living in foreign countries is one of the biggest wishes of most young people. Diving into an unknown culture and experiencing its people and customs firsthand is a unique opportunity. That is why many students wish to study abroad. However, the question remains: Is it better to leave your home country at an early age,… View Article

College Life, Income and Careers | Friday, September 15th, 2017

10 Ways to Earn Money as a Teen

If you’re a teen who wants some extra pocket cash, you’re not alone. Many kids aged 14 and above are looking for some quick and easy money making techniques to cover the expenses for entertainment, gadgets, clothes, and parties. Listed below are the top ten ways you can do this: Paid Online Surveys There are… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Income and Careers, Money Saving Tips, Planning & Money Management | Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Financing an Office for a Family Business: How to Manage it Like a Pro

Starting a business is a tremendous challenge in itself, today’s world is unforgiving and any mistake could end up being your last. However, the businesses that do manage to rise above the rest face even greater challenges, the first being – finding an office. While the general rule of thumb is to cut corners wherever… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Income and Careers | Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

4 Money Mistakes to Help Your Teen Avoid

American teens don’t know how to handle money. Over one in five U.S. 15-year-olds don’t meet basic criteria for financial literacy. Just one in ten was capable of analyzing complex financial problems. Overall, U.S. teens scored seventh among fifteen major countries, ranking below students from China, Belgium, Canada, Russia, the Netherlands and Australia. Fortunately, the… View Article

College Life, Income and Careers | Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

Selecting a College Major

In high school, its extremely tough to decide your future career path. Unless you’re born with a distinct passion, picking a major can be very overwhelming. A lot of students rush into selecting a major because they feel pressured. This can lead to students taking classes they aren’t passionate about which results in wasting money… View Article

College Life, Financial Responsibility, Income and Careers | Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

3 Seasonal Jobs for Students During Holidays and Breaks

College costs a lot of money. As a parent, you can encourage your kids to look for seasonal jobs that can help pay for tuition, books and maybe, even a well-deserved vacation during the next break. In addition, working gives college students a valuable experience that will give them an edge over other job seekers… View Article

Family Organization, Financial Responsibility, Income and Careers, Money Saving Tips, Planning & Money Management | Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

6 Financial Benefits of Using Co-Working Space for your Family Business

For small family businesses, traditional office spaces are usually out of their financial league. On the other hand, working from home is usually the cheapest option. Alas, there are many hiccups you can experience down the road. Most of all, separating the work zone from the rest of the domestic goings-on and distractions is no… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Income and Careers, Planning & Money Management | Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Movin’ Out: Finance Guide to Relocating Your Family

image 1 source: pixabay They say that the Universe works in mysterious ways to bring you exactly what you need and at the exact right time – but if the wheels of the Universe bring you a chance to move town, things can get pretty tricky finance-wise. Relocating your family lock, stock, and barrel to… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Income and Careers, Money Saving Tips | Thursday, July 7th, 2016

The Big City Move, Stress Free

A big city can come with a whole slew of stresses. You might find yourself lost, get frustrated with parking and be unfamiliar with traffic patterns of your new home. And this is just the start. The logistics of the move — particularly after a big change like graduation from high school or college —… View Article

Income and Careers, Money Saving Tips | Friday, May 20th, 2016

Can Working from Home Be Good for Your Budget?

The notion of what we know as “job”, has significantly changed today in response to previous decades. Now, we do not have to go to work, to actually work, and our salaries are more than often based on the amount of completed tasks than on the hours we spend in the office. Remote working (telecommuting)… View Article

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