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The Many Benefits of Continuing with Your Education

Though I am still a student, I have always made a concentrated effort to look ahead and make some form of plan as to my next move when I finish my degree. The goal, for now, is to get that all important first degree in Finance and then one

What Kind of Debt to Payoff First?

Paying off debt is an art. In today’s day and age, where debt has become a reality of life, it is really difficult to avoid it. The journey begins with student loans, then credit card loans, then auto loans and home loans. If you are lucky, this is where

Budgeting Tips for a Single Man

Being a single man has a lot of problems, and one of them is making a budget. If you are one of the millions of bachelors finding it hard to take care of your money, this article is for you.

How to Fix Your Way to Good Credit

Bad credit is detrimental to your financial health. While it is too easy to screw your score, it will take time and a lot of patience to repair it. The good news is that just one year of diligent work will help you get a better score and with

The Changing Face of the Global Banking System

Don’t quote me on this right, but one learns so much more than what they study for their exams while at university. One of the biggest of these extracurricular lessons is that of how rules are generally not followed by those who seek to get ahead and get far

What’s Growth Got to do with it?

I remember as a child being sent to go and buy a loaf of bread for an amount of money whose denomination probably doesn’t even exist today, let alone having any sort of value that can actually buy something. The price of bread is what vividly lingers in my

The Advantage of Big Money Capital

I’m definitely going to go into a bit more detail about it, but if I had to sum it up in just one brief line I would have said that the advantage of big money capital is that of its beholders not really needing any more money. This has

The Importance of Budgeting

For a lot of students who are living out their so-called best lives at uni there’s a very high tolerance for getting by and winging it. Your young and naturally healthy body can handle pretty much anything and everything thrown its way, from skipping meals to pulling all-nighters fuelled

The True Cost of the Best Years of Your Life

Ordinarily one can quite easily get the sense that they can accurately work out what the cost of going to college is, given the rather explicit manner in which fees are advertised and quoted. The cost goes a little deeper than that however and it goes way beyond just

Freelancing – Entering a Different Kind of Job Market

For those who graduate from their academic course of study and are adamant they don’t want to enter the traditional job market, going the freelance route could perhaps make for the best prospect. It’s a tough route to follow though, but with the right approach and frame of mind,