3 Expenses to Consider When Buying Your First...

March 8, 2017 | Posted by Eva Baker

When I was eighteen it was finally time for me to buy my first car. Why did I wait so long? No money. Sigh. The truth is that although I could have purchased a car earlier I could not afford all of the other expenses that happen afterwards. I had to wait until I was […]

 

3 Reasons You Can Trust That God Actually Doe...

March 1, 2017 | Posted by Ashley Davis

Don’t have your life planned out? No problem! Sometimes it can be hard to plan for the future as a high school student because there are so many options. Indeed, it can seem overwhelming. Between school, career decisions, part time jobs and applying for colleges and scholarships, there are a lot of things a high […]

 

3 Awesome Scholarships You Don’t Want t...

February 22, 2017 | Posted by Jenna Johnson

Younger students can get so caught up in other things during their busy lives. Before you know it, you’re a senior in high school and getting ready for college. The only problem with that is college costs money. Lots of money. No wonder the number one thing that most college students struggle with is paying […]

 

2 Unusual Ways to Find Scholarship Money That...

February 15, 2017 | Posted by Karina Rovey

College. Ironically, it can often seem like it’s the epicenter of high school. In our world, high school is seen as a mere stepping stone on the way up to higher education. However, the raw price of tuition at a university or college is by no means cheap. In many circumstances, it isn’t even affordable. […]

 

In Different Shoes

February 13, 2017 | Posted by Billy Brath

I used to be a Character Performer at Walt Disney World. (Google it without kids around!) That job had me in many different pairs of oversized shoes as I entertained the crowds. Each costume came with different actions, attitudes, and looks. I had to think about how a silly man-dog would run around or a […]

 

What Is Cost of Funds?

February 10, 2017 | Posted by LCEF

Loans are a part of life, particularly for large purchases like automobiles and homes. Yet, they are far from simple. Take the loan concept cost of funds, for example. In laymen terms, cost of funds (COF) is the interest that a financial institution must pay to investors for the use of their money to make […]