Money is a well-renowned business magazine that is published by Time Inc. since October 1972. The magazine helps readers invest sensibly, plan wisely, and spend smartly so they can achieve their goals, from financing their children’s education to supporting their own retirement to affording the trip they’ve always dreamed of taking.
Money helps you take charge of your finances, providing trusted advice to successfully earn, plan, invest, and spend. Money provides in-depth coverage of stocks, mutual funds, the markets, the economy, and the best things money can buy – from travel and technology to home and luxury goods. The magazine also gives you advice on college savings and retirement planning.
The latest issue of Money magazine features the ultimate guide to launching a business. If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, this is a must-read article as it throws light on how to fly solo. The first step is to figure out if your brilliant idea is a valuable business. The best ways by which you can do this are: taking the measure of the demand, coming up with a good report, meeting your future customers, multitasking fruitfully and nurturing your network. Read this article to know the other important steps to become a great entrepreneur.
In the exciting ‘From Passion to Profit’ article, learn how four aspiring entrepreneurs turned their interests into innovating and rewarding second-act businesses. Also, know how to get great cellphone service for less and learn how to slash your drug costs by 40% or more. Don’t miss reading about the 12 ways to cut your taxes.
This issue also explains you how to get into your dream college through side doors. Learn about common but little-publicized programs can improve your odds of getting into your dream college. They can also make a significant difference in what you’ll pay—lowering costs in some cases, raising them in others. More than half of all colleges have at least one type of alternative admissions program, according to a 2013 study. Each school has its own rules, but most programs fall into three general categories: making freshman admission conditional on your earning good grades in summer session or other special classes; guaranteeing you the right to transfer in as a sophomore or junior if you earn good grades in courses at other colleges; or delaying your first semester until the school’s second, or spring, term. But students and parents should investigate any program thoroughly before pursuing it. Know the questions to ask before enrolling into any college.
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