Advantages of Learning Online

With modern life being so busy, sometimes it can feel impossible to fit in everything we want to do. Sometimes, there are other issues too like finance or accessibility. But, not with the internet being in almost every home around the globe, it has never been easier to order a midnight pizza, to track down

5 College Degrees That Will Earn Your Money Back

As the cost of getting a college education rises and rises, and the prospect of getting your dream job isn’t always certain, many people are reconsidering college and if it is right for them. If you want to get a good education and get a good job afterwards, then there will be the cost of

Becoming Educated For The Modern, Online World

Times are changing. We all know that the world moves online, but sometimes it’s hard to fully understand how true this is. Almost every facet of business, communication, digital systems and storage solutions take place online. All around us wifi and 4g signals are communicating. If you could see this information, you would be subject

Superdad: Helping Your Child Deal With Their Student Debt

Sending your child off to college is a proud moment for every parent that gets to experience it. You wave them away to a bright future full of great career prospects. Having said that, there’s always one negative thought nagging away at your mind as you see them leave; the cost of college education. It’s

Financial Planning For When Your Kids Go Off To College


Isn’t it every parent’s wish for their child to do well in life? Not only do you want your children to be happy and healthy, but you’re also always going to want the best for them. So you can often find yourself wanting to give them the best start in life. A huge part of

One Of The Cheapest Wireless Plans For Your College Student

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It’s that time again.  Time for college students to get back to the grind.  And for some, it’s time to begin the journey.  College is an exciting time in a young person’s life and I look back very fondly at my time there.  My oldest is only a sophomore in high school so I don’t