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Thanksgiving: A Great Time to Recognize the Education Pilgrims in Our Lives!

On May 9, 1998, I was the first person in my family to graduate from college. This was not a fluke, it was an intentional goal set by my parents the day I was born. 464 more words

Finding the Perfect Holiday Gift

The holidays are right around the corner, and you know what that means – gift shopping! Love it or dread it, finding the perfect gift can often be a challenge. 478 more words

Midterm Election Results and Higher Ed Implications

I didn’t catch  all of the post-election press conferences last week (kind of busy dotting i’s and crossing t’s on college applications and early action CSS Profiles right now). 1,298 more words

What keeps me up at night

So, I CAN’T be the only mom who spends waking moments hours some nights staring at the dark ceiling iPhone? Some little noise in the house will wake me up. 75 more words

"The Keys to Intelligent Investing" Recap

On October 22nd McMillion Financial Planning LLC hosted our first ever “The Keys to Intelligent Investing” seminar. The atmosphere as designed was very relaxed and social. 122 more words

Investments

How Much Should I Be Saving in My Thirties?

It was only recently that I started to get interested in savings and finance.

I’m thirty, but I actually didn’t put a penny into savings or retirement accounts until I turned 29. 1,216 more words

Money

Setting Up Our 529 Plan

I was fortunate to have my parents financial support when it came to schooling and only had to take out loans for 2 years of my college education. 299 more words

Life With A Baby