Monthly Archives: December 2012

The power of the informational interview

One unique advantage students have while still in school is the ability to conduct informational interviews. Whether the ultimate goal is to get a job or secure funding from investors, there is no better way to establish connections and get … Continue reading

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Be an informed consumer

Those of you who have followed this blog for a while have at least occasionally had a taste of my every-so-often rants about the ridiculous fees that banks charge. The fact is that the typical bank customer seeking to earn … Continue reading

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That’s no way to “spend” the holidays.

Oh, my achin’ bank account! Yes, you know how you’ll feel when you wake up late on New Year’s Day. You hear the parades on TV, and you struggle to recover in time for the football game you’ve been waiting … Continue reading

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