Go fund yourself In the years after I graduated college, my primary tool for managing money was prayer. Pray that the $20 in my wallet would cover lunch through the week. Pray my friend waited a few days
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'When I Was Your Age' And Other Pitfalls Of Talking To Teens About Stress It's difficult to have a teenager's mind. The brain develops rapidly during the adolescent years, which partially explains why
After getting settled into my new apartment in July, I went online to pay the internet bill. The website was acting up, and at the end of the transaction, I wasn't sure whether the payment had gone through.
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In a new poll, 64% of working millennials said they couldn’t see themselves ever becoming millionaires – but it’s a much more reasonable goal than many realize Pity the poor millennials. The 83 million
The federal system is based on the flawed assumption that parents are helping their children pay for school. Over the past few decades, the American economy has been transformed and the American family
Ev Williams became a billionaire by helping to create the free and open web. Now, he’s betting against it. To a certain kind of nerd, Ev Williams is the Forrest Gump of internet media. Williams helped
IBM today is opening up access to a five-qubit quantum computing processor located at its T.J. Watson Research Center in New York and made available through a new free cloud service. Qubits, or quantum
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Less than half of Americans have money in stocks, but approximately 61 percent of them purchase at least one cup of coffee daily. How do two