The year 2011 provided several arguments to skip college -- high unemployment rates, tuition hikes and a harsh job market for grads. Go anyway!
According to a 2010 report by Georgetown University, 63 percent of jobs offered by 2018 will require postsecondary education. It may seem counterintuitive, but investing in a higher education is the best way to bounce back from a recession. College graduates have access to more jobs opportunities in fast-growing industries and emerging markets ... and have better chances of earning larger salaries.
You can cut college costs by searching for scholarships early and investigating awards in your community.
Here are some ways to get organic foods you want without breaking your budget.
Food costs eating up your budget? Try growing your own produce.
Planning, clipping and budgeting can save you money on your food bill.
Getting fit is a reward in itself. But you can also save cash while trimming your waistline.
Are Americans more likely to invest in stocks now that rates on savings accounts and CDs are so low?
You've still got plenty of time. Take advantage of tax-favorable vehicles such as a 401(k) plan and IRA.
Mortgage rates jumped for a second straight week.
CD yields continued their erosion this week.
Finding a trusted financial adviser can be well worth the fees in the long run.
Follow these tips to choose from the many different funds to invest in for your 401(k).
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