Never Try Your “Hardest.” Always Do Your BEST in Education.
Yes, this is a website dedicated to higher education and learning, as in for the college level. We’re used to talking about grants, scholarships, financial aid, and some of the how-to’s about the college life and what makes an exceptional college student with respect to finances, business, professional development and even jobs. But who would’ve […]
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The 529 College Savings Plan: Benefiting Taxes and Education
Talk about killing two birds with one stone: the 529 college savings plan, operating very much like a retirement plan, not only saves up some on the expense for college later on life, but cuts down on your taxes over time. A nice little tax shelter benefiting you in the long run and ensuring your […]Read More →
Why the University of Missouri Makes the Case for the “Safe Space”
There’s been a lot of talk regarding how far some students may go to have their voices heard in a so-called “safe space” in college (particularly the University of Missouri, just in case you’re keeping an eye on the news). There’s talk about the freedom of the press. Maybe these college students are going too […]
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Why This “Pied Piper” of Oklahoma Wesleyan University Says It Right
The idea of “safe spaces” really has gone too far. Take one look at Oklahoma Wesleyan University, and you just might agree with us. In all fairness, we would venture to say that students want to be ‘comfortable’ with what they’re learning; and that would, of course, be ideal. But this truly isn’t an ideal world. […]
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How Does Real Estate Agent Education Apply to Your Taxes?
It’s important when you invest so much time, money, blood, sweat and tears learning the trick of the trade in real estate investing, home selling, and negotiations seemingly on a daily basis as the market continues to unfold, grow, dip, dive, climb and skyrocket into oblivion leaving you behind in a trail of dust. Why not […]
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3 Choices to Make in the Wake of the Los Angeles School Shutdown
Terrorism. The insane topic of the millennium these days, what with ISIS making so many headlines (as the activist group should). But as we view the stunning event happening regarding the Los Angeles school shutdown due to a supposed threat of some kind, we begin to wonder: are we safe in our schools? Is it safe […]
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3 Top Central Figures in Today’s United States News
ShareFollow Us!It’s a fact: you can learn a lot from people! Whether it’s Luke Skywalker or Casper the Friendly Ghost, it doesn’t matter. United states news, current events, developments, trends, innovations in any industry, whether it’s real estate on Google+, personal finance, the growing situation with ID theft, or even jobs and employment, it helps […]Read More →
Everyone Wants to Know: How Does the HOPE Program Work?
ShareFollow Us!Everyone Wants to Know: How Does the HOPE Program Work? [Originally published on hopetoown.com] Naturally, no one’s ever concerned with the ‘how’ of success as long as it works, continues to work, and even works as Armageddon hits in the form of a meteor the size of Texas. As long as it continues to […]Read More →
Do Yourself a Favor: Get to REALLY Know Your College Professors
ShareFollow Us!When it comes to college life advancements, nothing beats the networking beat. In fact, we’d venture to say that’s where you, as a professional, learns how to network: in class. It’s basically a big schmoozing session. You warm up to those college professors, get on their good side perhaps, and the rest is history. […]Read More →