Most people go to college in order to better their lives and earn a degree that translates into the working world. On the flipside, parents and college kids may be rightfully stressed about the financial implications of pursuing higher education at a traditional college or university — particularly if they’re relying on student loans to pay for school.
Investing during periods of volatility can be difficult, especially when markets seem arbitrary.
The spring wedding season is upon us. According to a survey by The Knot, there will be more weddings in the U.S. in 2022 than in any other year since 1984. And, on average, couples will spend $28,000 on their ceremony and reception, back in line with 2019 levels.
When it comes down to the basics, there are only a few things you need to know about money: How to make it, how to keep it and how to grow it.
I know, I’m oversimplifying. Yet most people don’t even know the basic stuff. If they’re lucky enough to learn the guiding principles in school, great, but with most of our culture focused on spending, saving gets left in the dust.