Tag Archives: financial advice

Looking to the Future: The Internet of Things

Thanks, Al! OMG! Just think – if Al Gore hadn’t invented the Internet, where would we be today? Years ago, as mankind ventured into space for the first time, satellites were launched, first by the former Soviet Union and later … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Advice for Entrepreneurs | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Changes are on the way for student loans

Several of you have asked my opinion of President Obama’s recent executive order regarding student loans. Let’s take a minute to highlight the basic details. Without getting overly political, I applaud the President’s “we can’t wait approach” as he deals … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Advice for Entrepreneurs | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Mountain of Debt

I frequently counsel with college students and others about debt reduction strategies and the need to establish a game plan to attack debt in the most effective and efficient way. I personally subscribe to the theory that there are two … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Advice for Entrepreneurs | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

What to do?

One of the topics my students frequently ask me about is how should a typical college student get started in planning for their financial future. While I am able to go into more detail in the classroom and at my … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Advice for Entrepreneurs | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

A master of stating the obvious

As a college professor teaching finance, it often occurs to me that, on the subject of personal finance, my job is to simply do a great job of stating the obvious. As the tagline on my blog always reminds us … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Advice for Entrepreneurs | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments