How To Do Well In College – Getting The Most Out Of A College Education

How To Do Well In College

A college education is expensive. Regardless of whether or not your parents are footing the bill, you’re paying for it yourself, or through student loans, someone is funding your education. And the worst part is, most scholarships only cover so much – you still have to pay for books and living expenses such as rent, […]

How To Make A Career Change

Making A Career Change

The American Dream involves making a living doing what you love, but according to research, 4 out of 5 people are unhappy with their jobs and are looking for a career change. Some employees may be looking for more challenging work while others are striving for a higher salary, but not many are ready to […]

Is An MBA Worth It?

MBA Degree

Editor’s Note: Today, we have a great article from my good friend and personal finance blogger, Jon Dulin. Jon blogs at, a personal finance blog that helps readers reach their financial goals one penny at a time. Even with college prices soaring, many people are going back to college to get a graduate degree, most notably, […]

How To Cancel A Credit Card – Breaking Up With Your Credit Card Company

Credit Card Companies

If you use credit cards, you know that when you sign up for one, you’re not just signing up for a financial account. You’re signing up for a relationship between you and the lender (company) that offers your credit card. That being said, the unfortunate reality is that relationships don’t always work out. As a matter […]

Rent or Buy A House – Which Is Better?

Rent or Buy A Home

Editor’s Note: Today, we have a great article from my friend and personal finance blogger, Dr. Jason Cabler. Dr. Cabler blogs at, where he focuses on getting out of debt and living a debt-free lifestyle. Is it a better choice to buy or rent when you need a place to live? Although buying a house […]