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5 Tips From Billionaires on Personal Finance

5 Tips From Billionaires on Personal Finance

Getting tips on how to handle your personal finances from billionaires isn’t as daunting as it may seem. While yes, there are some wealthy people who were lucky enough to be born into their money, there are also many, many others who have built their own wealth...
Index Funds

Index Funds

If you’ve been paying any attention to the investing world lately, you’ll know that index funds have become a major key player. Since 2016, out of every $5 invested in the United States, $1 was through an index fund. What is an Index Fund? An index is an academic...
Personal Finance Tips for Your 20s

Personal Finance Tips for Your 20s

Between the ages of 20 and 30, there are plenty of major life changes that occur. For many, these changes are graduating from college, finding a career, getting married, and starting a family. Having an understanding of your personal finances is required for each of...
College Is Becoming More Expensive, and Here’s Why

College Is Becoming More Expensive, and Here’s Why

College is becoming more expensive as the years go on. According to Business Insider, the average cost of one year of college in 1980 was just under $3,000, and that included: tuition, room and board, and additional fees. Today, that price has skyrocketed over an...
Why it’s Never Too Early to Have a Financial Advisor

Why it’s Never Too Early to Have a Financial Advisor

Managing your money can be difficult, especially when you’re young. You may still be in school, trying to pay your way through, or you’ve recently graduated and are feeling the heavy burden that is student loans. You hear your parents, professors, colleagues, and...
Private Student Loans

Private Student Loans

College isn’t cheap. The average price tag for tuition in the state of Georgia is $9,346 per year for in-state students and an incredible $28,060 per year for out-of-state students, according to U.S. News and World Reports. And those numbers are before expenses such...

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