College is expensive. In fact, higher education costs averaged between $11,000 and $41,000 per student in the 2019-2020 school year alone.
Managing one’s finances is an important part of forging the life you want to lead later in life.
When you are in college, your primary focus is likely getting the GPA you want and preparing for your career. It’s also a good time to pick up great financial habits.
Many moms make the decision to have children once they’ve completed college and their careers are in full swing. The fun part comes when the mother has to decide how to juggle her career with raising a family, but somehow the issues always seem to resolve themselves.
When you’re pursuing higher education, you know that the tuition, prices of books, and other fees can add up fast. College today is much more expensive than in previous generations, even accounting for inflation.
Did you know that every taxpayer has a set of fundamental rights when facing the IRS?