We’ve all heard the entrepreneur stereotypes. We picture early stage entrepreneurs eating ramen and sleeping on couches, scraping by while trying to get their dream off the ground. Then, when they finally do, we think that their lives are all fame and glory and lavish lifestyles.Read more
Are you one of the record number of people who made a financial New Year’s resolution for 2014? If so, congratulations! Whether your goal is to pay off debt, increase your savings or start investing for the future, there’s no time like the present to get started.
But if you’re one of the millions of Americans with student loans, it’s hard to know where to begin. How do you find extra money after making your student loan payment each month? Should you wait until your loans are paid off to start investing for retirement? If not, how much money should you allocate to each goal?Read more
2013 was a year of changes for student loans. While uncertainty over the future of federal interest rates had many borrowers on edge this summer, it reenergized the important conversation around student debt.Read more
Holiday downtime is a great opportunity to start planning your career strategy for the new year. In a recent guest post I wrote for The Daily Muse, I shared one of my favorite tips for people who want to be on an executive career path: build a “career advisory board.” To learn more about it and how to create your own board, read on . . .Read more