Don’t Forget to Take Advantage of These Tax Deductions

  When it comes time to file your taxes, you may forget about some of the tax deductions that you can take. In fact, there are many different deductions that you may qualify for and many people do not even … Continue reading

Weighing up the Pros and Cons of an MBA

In today’s increasingly dog-eat-dog job market, candidates have to optimize their resumes to keep pace with the pack. One readily transferable postgraduate degree is the Master’s in Business Management (MBA), which you can study abroad at institutions like American University … Continue reading

The Basics of Financial Management- School Debt

School Debt is the topic in everybody’s mind currently, including the media overhype about student loan debt being the next trillion dollar bubble to pop. I will give you my two cents on this topic and it should help you decipher how … Continue reading

5 Tips for First Generation College Students

This is a Guest Post. About 30 percent of college freshman in the United States are first generation students, meaning they’re the first generation in their families to attend college. First generation college students don’t have access to the same … Continue reading

Attend College for a Profession minus the Debt

  Do you how many people are college graduates that are working in an industry unrelated to what they studied in school? I hear stories all the time, how a student who majored in sociology is currently working in a … Continue reading