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Jun 23rd, 2015

Ins and Outs of Paying for Community College [INFOGRAPHIC]

Community College is certainly more affordable than a four-year university. On average you’ll save more than 60% per year on tuition and fees by attending a community college. However, there are also lots of opportunities to get help paying for community college and some tax benefits you’ll qualify for as a student. Read on to […]

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A Closer Look at Community Colleges [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that: Community college students are more likely to be women? More than a third are the first in their family to go to college? The majority are enrolled part-time? We dug into the statistics to get a clear picture of who attends community college. If it describes you, you might also be […]

Jun 16th, 2015

What to Know Before an International Summer Trip [INFOGRAPHIC]

Summertime might be the best time for travels big and small. If you’ve done your fair share of staycations and are looking for something more exotic, you could try to travel internationally. It doesn’t have to be as expensive as you might think. Here’s what you need to know, from preparing for your tip, to […]

Jun 9th, 2015

Summer Camp Fun For Kids – And For Tax Refunds [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ready to send your child off to camp so you can get some peace and quiet this summer? I mean, so they can learn important things like leadership, outdoor survival and horseback riding? No matter why you send kids to camp, or whether they go to day camp or sleepaway camp, you may be eligible […]

May 25th, 2015

Between Bread: A Look Inside The Hamburger [INFOGRAPHIC]

It probably isn’t a surprise that Memorial Day (a popular holiday for cook-outs) and National Hamburger Day (May 28) fall so close together. While the humble, but hugely popular, entree got its start in the Middle East before migrating to Germany and then the U.S., its current incarnation is uniquely American. Read on for more details […]

May 19th, 2015

How to Determine if Grad School is Worth It [INFOGRAPHIC]

Education is a powerful thing. It is also an expensive thing. While earning a graduate degree may give you specialized knowledge, new connections and a greater salary, it may also give you debt that is difficult to pay down. Here are some criteria to help you decide whether it’s valuable to pursue that advanced degree […]