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Popular Excuses to Delay Investing that Nobody Believes

Popular Excuses to Delay Investing that Nobody Believes

Young adults have the upper hand when it comes to investing because time is on their side, but only when they take advantage of it. Too often, as is the case with some of my close friends, young adults (and people in general) make excuses to delay investing. As it turns out, there are several common excuses that everyone makes, and they fall in three types/categories. There may be a few more excuses that people create, but the popular ones fall into one of the following three categories. Continue Reading

Earnings by Degree Received

Earnings by Degree Received

Let me start off by saying that I am all for getting as much of an education as you can. I personally have both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree. But before you decide to go to college or graduate school, you should know a few things first. These things include the employment prospects of what you plan on majoring in and what you can expect to earn both starting out and once you are tenured. Continue Reading

Overcoming Inflation

Overcoming Inflation

Have you ever wondered how inflation affects your money?  At first glance, it may sound like a great feature – your money is inflating.  In fact, it does quite the opposite. But, there is an important first step to counteract its negative effects on your savings. Money Under the Mattress? My generation is two generations… Continue Reading