You’ve just graduated from college and you’re beginning your first job. You find yourself suddenly faced with a massive variety of financial decisions that you may have never needed to make before.
Do you worry about money? Are you concerned with how to get more, save more, spend less and wonder if you’ll have enough when you get older? If so, you are not alone. The vast majority of people have money concerns, but ignoring these concerns won’t make them go away, it will just cause bigger
The internet makes everything easier. You might consider yourself tech-savvy, and comfortable with accomplishing things online – from ordering a pizza to paying your bills. But the stakes are higher when you apply for a loan online: you need to provide sensitive information to somebody you might not know, and you’re probably talking about a
The last thing on your mind when talking to your kids about money is probably retirement.
Parents with kids that will eat anything face the problem of spending extra just to feed their child. I am full, never seems to be a line these kids utter. While this can be younger kids, it also tends to be every teenage male! Just watching my nephews verifies this!
The first thing you should do is find out how much college will likely cost for your child when they will be attending. Use this number as a worst-case scenario because it is likely that your child will be able to receive some small scholarships or other forms of financial aid.