In my opinion college students are the best investors. They are constantly learning and not afraid to make mistakes. As you get a college education, you should be getting an education in building wealth. You don’t need tons of capital to start your investing journey: you just have to know how to do … [Read more...] about How Can a College Student Invest? Easy Tips
Let's face it, most people are lazy including me and you. Yeah, we work at what is interesting to us, but otherwise, we'd rather keep things simple. Here at Young Finances I've been trying to teach how to research stocks, build a portfolio and invest for retirement, but some people just hate … [Read more...] about Review of Betterment How to Invest the Easy Way
Wondering how to fix my credit myself? Or how to fix bad credit? There's no doubt that living in the modern world requires credit. Yes, you can live without a credit card and survive on cash or cashback debit cards. I know because I did it for over two years as I paid off credit card debt. But what … [Read more...] about How to Fix Bad Credit?
You’ve submitted your resume and cover letter, passed all the computer screening, and have just received a call to interview for your dream job: the job is practically yours, right? Not so fast! You have to get through the interview process. While it may seem daunting, you can do this. For most … [Read more...] about How to Ace Your Next Interview
Once you’ve changed your spending habits to increase your income and have mastered the art of reducing your existing expenses, you should be ready to look for more ways to increase your income. In The Wealth Number, I suggest several ways to increase your income so you may accelerate savings. Of … [Read more...] about 15 Epic Ways to Increase Your Income to Accelerate Savings
It's likely that you will have to take on some type of debt to complete a college degree. According to the U.S. Department of Education, "The average total cost of attendance in 2011-12 for first-time, full-time students living on campus and paying in-state tuition was $21,000 at public 4-year … [Read more...] about 5 Easy Ways to Minimize Student Loans
Investing has never been an easy subject for me to understand. It took me one time to go on the E*Trade website, and I was so lost, I just closed the browser window. I knew that investing money was important, but I had no idea where to begin, and no real interest in doing so. Even with me being … [Read more...] about 4 Ways I’m Investing in My Future
When seeking personal finance solutions, E-Trade is one of the first companies that comes to mind, thanks to a national ad campaign and lengthy track record (the company was formed in 1982). E-Trade was one of the first online brokerage services, initially aimed at more lucrative investors willing … [Read more...] about E-Trade Stock Broker Review