9 Raw Truths About Being an Entrepreneur

BusinessCollective A virtual mentorship program powered by ambitious young thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives & small business owners, hit the nail on the head with their article at Huffington Post.  Between working all hours of the day to carrying a heavy load of responsibilities, nine entrepreneurs reveal why being your own boss isn’t as glamorous as it’s […]

5 Ways to save while paying off your student loans

Missing a payment isn’t like turning in a term paper late; debt collectors aren’t forgiving. USAToday shared a great article for college students needing to pinch their pennies while paying off the student loans. CHOOSE THE RIGHT STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT PLAN PRIORITIZE YOUR MONTHLY CASHFLOW CARPOOL OR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION OVER OWNING A CAR RIP MONTHLY […]

7 Questions To Ask Before Pulling the Plug on Your Business

Joanna Malefaki Teacher, Blogger at www.mypinkrambles.com wrote at Huffington Post the following article. A while back I wrote a blog post about a professional failure. I had a business which I had to shut down after seven years (language school). Today, I am going to share with you the questions I asked myself and helped me […]

Working Hard Gets You Nowhere

Tamara Kleinberg is an authority on waking people up to their ability to be innovative and guiding them through executing their ideas. In her current article on Huffington Post, she shares some insights, into the fact working hard may not be enough! If it’s one thing I’ve learned over my adult years, it’s that working […]

Student Credit Cards: Really for Students?

by Virginia C. McGuire Credit history, like work experience, can seem impossible to get unless you already have some. How do you build a good track record if nobody will give you your first chance? That’s why student credit cards seem attractive. The name implies that as long as you’re a student, you can get a credit […]

What’s A Girl to Do? Rise Above Bias

Coauthored by blogger’s daughter Harvard University Freshman Amelia Miller Every few years there’s a new crop of theories that purport to explain why women aren’t as professionally successful as men. In the seventies it was psychologist (and Radcliffe dean) Matina Horner and the “fear of success,” which held that women stopped themselves from advancing out […]

​When debt collectors go after soldiers

Military personnel are twice as likely to complain about debt collectors, who can devastate their careers. U.S. service members have a debt problem, but it’s not the kind that affects many Americans. Members of the military and veterans are twice as likely to complain about debt collection as the general population, according to the federal […]

Power of Attorney and Your Investments: 10 Tips

It’s never too early to consider how you want your financial affairs to be managed if something happens to you. It’s never too early to consider how you want your financial affairs to be managed if something happens to you. One solution is to grant a power of attorney (POA) for your investment-account assets to […]

Millennials Create Hamptons Real Estate Gold Mine

In two years, two millennial brothers Zachary and Cody Vichinsky have turned a start-up real estate firm into a $400 million gold mine. When the duo started their own agency, selling property to the same kind of clientele, they added a concierge feel, with perks such as personalized iPads loaded with information about prospective homes […]