Advice & News

24
Jun
10 Cheapest Airlines to Fly With

Anyone on a serious budget most likely crosses off airfare as a viable expense; in fact, plenty of people most likely don't even include travel or vacation in their budget. In general, airfare costs a whole lot, so it usually is not good news when you have to deal with the additional expenses that come […]

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22
Jun
10 Inexpensive Cars to Invest in After College

One of the many decisions that new graduates encounter is what kind of car to buy. For a new graduate, a new car may be essential to optimizing the daily commute to work, so finding the right car is a more important task than most people may think.There are countless different automobile models on the […]

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20
Jun
10 Careers that Easily Land a High Paying Job

Entering college without a plan is fairly typical for the average college student, yet after four years, most graduates have a degree in some field and are looking for a career. There are plenty of lessons learned in hindsight that would greatly benefit a newcomer in college. One lesson may be to choose a major […]

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17
Jun
77 Activities to Do without Spending a Dollar

The world is full of places to go and opportunities to capitalize on. If you really wanted to, you would be able come up with some new activity each weekend to keep yourself entertained. This all sounds great, but a lot of the activities in this world require money. Equal to the number of activities […]

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15
Jun
10 Must-Read Personal Finance Books

Reading books is a great way to get educated on interesting topics ranging from history, mathematics, and science. In today's day and age, books are readily available to anyone with the desire to read, and the range of topics mentioned is really an understatement.Since not too many people can claim to be well versed in […]

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14
Jun
4 Hacks to Pay Off Your Student Loans Earlier

This post was written by Yahya Mokhtarzada (@yahyamokh), mentor at 500 Startups and CEO at Truebill.Student loan debt is at an all-time high with $1.2 trillion owed in the United States. According to recent studies, 69% of college graduates are under the burden of student loans, up 5% from less than a decade ago. Not […]

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13
Jun
5 Cheap Products that are Better than the Expensive Versions

There are two versions of just about any item that consumers can buy. When I say any item, I literally mean any type of product whether it is bought on Target or Home Depot. When I say two versions, I mean the cheap version versus the expensive version.Whoever is selling the expensive product would like […]

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10
Jun
Top 30 Cheapest Travel Destinations Worldwide

Traveling the world seems like a dream to some people, and for many of them, it really is. Many say that the time to travel is during youth, but plenty of young graduates (either just out of college or in the workplace for a couple years) are burdened by the omnipresence of debt from student […]

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09
Jun
Income-Driven Repayment Plans for Federal Student Loans Guide

An income-driven repayment plan is an option if you took out federal student loans to pay for your higher education, and are struggling to pay them back.Luckily, the government understands that some people may not be able to afford the high monthly payments that are often required of graduates. Whether you do not yet have […]

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