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Personal Finance for Children

It has long been discussed at what age people should start learning how to manage personal finance. It was only recently that some high schools began to require personal finance courses for graduation. Also, of course, there is the ever-popular list circulating the internet stating ‘Things I Never Learned in High School,’ most of which […]

How to Fix and Avoid Debt

First off, don’t become discouraged by debt. Nearly everyone has some debt, especially those who frequently use credit cards or attended college. It’s all a matter of handling it step by step without feeling overwhelmed and also avoiding acquiring further debt. How to fix it There is no quick fix to debt, so don’t let […]

Watch out for the Five Factors that are impacting your Savings

When it comes to your finances, it is imperative that you be more strategic with your spending. The truth of the matter is that financial freedom doesn’t come easy. Just because you have large expenses does not mean you cannot save a good portion of your salary for your future. By learning your own particular […]

The One Piece of Advice for all Millennials

No matter whom you ask, a majority of the general public wants to feel financially secure. The only problem is that there are only a few individuals who are willing to do what is absolutely necessary to create it the necessary steps for a financially healthy future. For most case scenarios, it comes down to […]

Everything you need to know about the Brexit

On June 23rd, 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. While the actual cessation of membership in the EU will unlikely to happen before 2018, the news itself has led many investors, especially those in the United States to sell their stocks in fear of a plummeting market. While there have been […]

Failure, Life’s Greatest Lessons

The road to success can be long and arduous. As a young professional, you will face a variety of different obstacles. But the one biggest obstacle that we will all face in life is the lesson of failure. When it comes to failure, these moments often carry a negative connotation with them. And why wouldn’t […]

Leadership and Management, Two Sides of the Same Coin

Leadership is encapsulated in both an individual’s talent and energy. Through their knowledge, their skill-set, their experience, and their reservation on the job, these strong and talent individuals can inspire and ignite the necessary passion needed to cultivate a rich and efficient working environment. But what happens when you do not have that vibrant personality […]

The Brilliance of a Summer Intern

‘They hopefully arrive without battle scars, judgmental opinions, negativity, sarcasm or jadedness. The glass for each of them is not only half full, it is overflowing with optimism and excitement about the future.” Starting this summer, many private sector businesses and nonprofit organizations will have a new crop of interns beginning their summer internship programs. […]

Basic Income in the United States

Depending on who you ask, you’ll get some varied numbers as to how much the United States as a nation spends each year on welfare and other systems of poverty relief. Some sources claim is about $1 trillion, while others say the figure is significantly lower. Regardless of which side you’re inclined to agree with, […]

The Millennial Complex of Personal Finance

In today’s world, millennials are looked as the pioneers of their times. They are better educated than their predecessors, more ethnically diverse, and more economically active. But for many of these exceptional young professionals, they have a troubling grasp of reality and fantasy where ‘what their financial situations actually are’ completely differs to ‘where they […]

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