Q: My daughter is a freshman in college, but I didn’t save for her education. My parents said it was my job to pay for my college, and that’s what I’ve told her.
Q: I’m a 26-year-old journalist making $26,000 annually, and the only debt I have is $31,000 in student loans.
Q: My husband will be leaving his full-time job in a year so that he can go back to school full-time and finish his degree.
Q: I loaned some money to a good friend recently.
Q: My husband and I recently inherited my parents’ home.
The Orvis Company, Inc., an international, multi-channel retailer and the oldest mail order business in the United States, is making plans to open a new retail location at 1 N. Main St.
After waiting 10 years to come to the United States, Pascal Cochard has finally made his dream of moving to the states and opening a bakery a reality.
Q: Can you explain the “asset allocation” theory when it comes to investing?
Southern Thymes customers can expect more of the same when the restaurant reopens under new management.
Q: Do you recommend that people continue tithing and giving while getting out of debt?