Elissa Buie and Deb Kriebel, stars in the field of wealth management, use their CFP certification and MBA to serve clients, run businesses, and impact their communities.
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It is so easy to put off saving money for another day. We feel we need more money to start saving, or need more time to research options, or that we have all the time in the world to start. But, the sooner you start, the more money you will build up in order to live comfortably.
It's tempting to splurge on a new laptop or other luxury items but as a college student, you will need the money from your summer job for the semesters ahead. Here's a plan for saving in the summer so that you can both splurge and save for the stuff that matters.
If you’re serious about getting your MBA, you need to get serious about planning for business school financially.
Budgeting money for expenses and sticking to it is a challenge for anyone and for a college student who has had little to no experience managing money, it can be even more difficult. Here are some steps from a fellow college student in managing finances while in college.
Winter break doesn't have to slow down your studies. Use the time wisely by getting ahead on classes and earning some spending money, but don't forget to relax too.
It can be difficult to stay on track with your career goals and school during a break as long as winter break. However, it’s easy to keep your brain engaged and active while you don’t have to stress over homework or finals.
Whether graduate school is just a glimmer in your eye or you have already made up your mind to get your MBA, it’s never too soon to start planning. These sites offer valuable tools and resources to help map out your financing and repayment strategies.
So, you’ve decided that getting an MBA degree is next on your list of accomplishments, but as you begin to research top programs, you’re experiencing sticker shock.
If you’re serious about going back to school, you need to get serious about planning for it financially.