Is it fair to say that 2013 is the year of the woman entrepreneur because I’ve met many women that are hoping to either start their own business or are already small business owners. This week just so happens to be “Small Business Owner Appreciation Week,” so, it’s only right that our “July Ambitious Woman… Continue reading July Ambitious Woman of the Month : Carla Cotton, CEO of Spoiled Forever
The average undergrad carries $3,173 in credit card debt, the highest since the study began. The average senior will graduate with $4,100 in credit card debt, up 41% from the same study conducted in 2004, according to credit.com's student credit and debt statistics.(Source: Sallie Mae, "How Undergraduate Students Use Credit Cards: Sallie Mae's National Study… Continue reading Money Can Be Root of All Evil… But It Doesn’t Have To Be If We Educate Ourselves About Personal Finance
Graduating from college can be both exciting and overwhelming, (as I stated in my June 3 editorial) and even the most structured person can be stricken with fearful thoughts of the unknown. One can never know too much, especially if you are coming out of college in your 20s like most traditional students. When my… Continue reading Reading Is Fundamental… And Sometimes It Can Be Life Changing Too!