Finding the right online high school for your needs can be tricky. Adult students looking to go back and earn their GED to improve their job prospects might be looking to get done as quickly as possible with the flexibility to fit classes into busy work and family schedules. High school-aged students, however, will be… Read More


Today’s blog post from MintLife is a refreshing piece of advice and one which reminds of something my accounting professor once told me. In the post, blogger Matthew Amster-Burton says: “Recently a reporter asked me for financial advice for new college graduates. What I came up with was nothing new: the best financial move a… Read More


All over the internet, it is not uncommon to see banners and link ads telling you that you might qualify for financial aid. At first glance, these ads can make it sound like the government or colleges will cover all your college expenses and basically give you a college education for free. But, when it… Read More


You’ve graduated from college and have made the decision to go to graduate school. Or you’re working at a job and need to supplement your Bachelor’s degree with more education to further your career. As our society has continued to evolve, education has become the most favorable route to professional success: pursuing a graduate degree… Read More


March ushers in the beginning of spring (at least in most parts of the country) and it’s March Madness time—college basketball at its finest. You know the drill—college athletes give their best while the NCAA, college alumni, sponsors and the networks promote and abuse the college athlete. At least that’s how Ralph Nader and his… Read More


award letter, college acceptance

Spring is in the air and that means one thing for high school seniors: college acceptance letters are arriving along with their financial aid packages. It’s an exciting time for both parents and students, but it can also be a confusing time as well. Especially if you don’t understand the award letter or how to… Read More