2 out of 3 Regret Their College Degree

Unless your degree is in science, technology, engineering or math, you have a 66 percent chance of regretting that you ever went to college.[i]  And that is in large part because the degree earned provides an insignificant difference in income earned. Take for example a registered nurse.  They will spend somewhere between $40,000 -$100,000 on …

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If You’re Not Apprehensive, You’re Not Paying Attention

It has now been over 10 years since the market crash of 2008.  And during the past decade, many have been lulled into believing that the high yields they have earned during that time are sustainable.  People have, once again, come to trust in dividend-paying stocks as safe and secure investments because they have forgotten …

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Overcoming the Cost of College

The cost of college is rapidly growing.  According to Forbes, the “price of college is increasing almost 8 times faster than wages.”[i]  And to make matters worse, educational loans have become the largest block of debt, behind housing, that exists in American today. Statistics gathered by the College Board,[ii] show that the average debt assumed …

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The Real Cost Of College

Student loan debt in America today has surpassed 1.5 trillion dollars[i]!  That seems pretty bad, but most people are not able to reasonably visualize how much money 1.5 trillion dollars actually is. This inability is totally excusable since there is only one public company on planet earth that is valued at more than one trillion …

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