Now that the school year is in full swing, high school seniors are getting a jump on college applications and juniors are starting to seriously think about which colleges they may want to apply to. Here are three important tips to consider when college is around the corner: 1. Set foot on campus My twelfth-grade AP English teacher gave all of her students this piece of … [Read more...] about Top 3 Tips for Teens Applying to College
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The following post is sponsored by Dr Pepper Ben Kaplan gives you his highly successful game strategy to win at the scholarship game! What inspired you to start the website City of College Dreams? My ultimate goal was to be successful and attend a top university. However, like many Americans, my family was a bit strapped for cash. I was able to realize my goal - and … [Read more...] about Ben Kaplan Shares Tips for Scoring College Scholarships
1. Get informed. In order to have an idea of where you stand financially after divorce you need to figure out your financial status as a married couple. Gather all of the documents pertaining to your assets and liabilities. Each current account statement, whether it's reporting the mortgage balance, credit card balance, Individual Retirement Account value, student loan, etc. … [Read more...] about Ten Financial Tips for Women Seriously Considering Divorce
Rant alert. Last week, the new government confirmed, by a historic tie-breaking vice presidential vote, the nomination of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education. Educators, teachers unions, parents, and especially the special needs community were fearful of this woman’s confirmation. Now, it has happened. In my opinion, this is yet another low for a new government that … [Read more...] about Autism and the Future of Education in the United States
The following is a guest post by Clare Levison, CPA and Author of Frugal Isn’t Cheap: Spend Less, Save More, Live Better. It is sponsored by Western International University.For working adults wondering if they should go back to school for a degree - or to upgrade their bachelor’s degree to a master’s - affordability is, today, more important than ever. “How can I afford … [Read more...] about Can You Afford a College Degree?