It’s Never Too Soon to Start Saving for College With the rising costs associated with going to college, future college students and their parents must begin planning early. The National Center for Education Statistics estimates that tuition, fees, and room and board at a public institution run about $17,000 a year, while private colleges can … Continue reading Paying For College
There are plenty of ways that new tax laws in Washington will affect your bottom line, but not until you file your 2018 taxes. You can still take advantage of 2017 tax breaks now and then start planning for changes next year. Depending on how you and your business will be affected, it might be … Continue reading Is the New Tax Law Good for Business?
Time is money, at least to many people. Simplifying your finances can save not only time but also reduce stress and possibly put more money in your pocket in the long run. Being able to see a clear picture of your financial situation is invaluable. Money matters often seem unmanageable or overwhelming, but these 10 … Continue reading 10 Ways to Simplify Your Finances
In a rising interest rate environment, now is a good time for small businesses to think about cutting costs and boosting savings. Some cost-cutting strategies are quick and easy, like getting rid of unnecessary expenses or scaling back free lunches, but others represent more long-term options that can make your business leaner, more profitable … Continue reading 10 Money Saving Tips for Small Businesses
Until this summer, it was solely up to parents to teach their kids about the importance of saving money. As of June 2016, however, Louisiana House Bill 401 requires that students in first through 12th grade receive financial literacy instruction. The goal is to empower kids to be confident, informed consumers and set them in … Continue reading Kids & Money