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What I Did During My Summer Vacation—Sarang Ahuja

What I Did Over My Summer Vacation (Wasn’t An Internship)

If you’re a college student, then a paid internship is the holy grail of a summer vacation—a way to make money while also advancing career prospects. It’s a rite of passage for many students, and it can be devastating to see others land their ideal internships while you’re stuck with nothing to do over the […]

Secret to Negotiating a Raise—Sarang Ahuja

The Secret to Negotiating a Raise

Talking about compensation with your boss can be a hard subject to broach. Because of this, many don’t know how to properly negotiate when it comes to talking about money, especially when the prospect of a raise is on the table. As yearly reviews come and go, many employees will consider entering into a conversation […]

Talking to your Kids about Finance—Sarang Ahuja

Talking to Your Kids About Finance

It can be tough to broach the subject of money with kids. After all, they likely haven’t had a real job or had to worry about their own finances early on in their lives. For children, adults appear to have their finances figured out, with magical credit cards that allow them to pay for everything […]

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Financial Recovery—Acknowledging Your Money Missteps

When it comes to personal finance, it can be easy to continue spending on something that offers you little to no value with a disproportionate level of attachment due to resources you’ve already expended. This is known as the sunk cost fallacy and can cause individuals to act against their best interests and spend more […]

A Little Something on the Side

A Little Something on the Side: Getting Started with a Side Job

The dynamic of labor in the United States has changed over the past decade. The long-held institution of the 9-5 job is crumbling in the face of a difficult job market and the increasing interconnectedness of technology. Because of this, individuals are opting to take on smaller part time jobs, sometimes to supplement an existing […]

Spring Cleaning Your Wallet

  Now that tax season is here and the hustle and bustle from the holidays has finally settled down, it’s time to get cleaning, your wallet that is. Now is the perfect time to come up with new financial goals while planning out your financial expenditures for the rest of the year. Tax season is […]

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Tax Season Tips

With tax season here, hopefully you’re not sporadically running around looking for your tax returns, receipts, and other important documents. Hopefully, you have also decided how you will be filing your taxes this year. But if not, have no fear! You still have two months left to file your taxes and most people haven’t even […]

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Achieving Financial Success This Year

As the New Year is finally here, many are taking on New Year’s resolutions. However, come a week after new years, followed by months of setting your goals aside, we end up in the same position as last year, with our goals being dusted away and forgotten The new year has always been known for […]

The Worst Things to Spend Your Money On

We live in a society where it is almost impossible to get by without spending money. We are so consumed in our work and spending power, that we don’t even notice why we make the spending decisions that we do. There are many things that we can’t get away from spending money on such as […]

Top 5 Finance Books To Read Before You Turn 30

Becoming financially successful typically cannot be done overnight. It takes a lot of time, practice and decision making to reach the ultimate peak. However, you don’t have to wait until your retirement to live financially free. One of the best things an individual can do to practice financial success is to read. Although it doesn’t […]

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