I feel fantastic...
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Wait, where is the site where you can see your tuition bill? I am looking around Freshlaw and don't see it.
When you're at the discussion boards, you'll see navigation on the top that includes a link to "my home."
From "home," you'll see links to a variety of financial info towards the bottom - you may need to scroll. Tuition is at:
Yeah, I sold off the xbox & games... it was a tough decision, but it had to be done. Also didn't purchase an X360... also tempting.
So I've been promising myself all summer that I will just focus on my studies in law school,
I was just responding to Nick's sweeping seeming-condemnation of them.
Depends entirely on what your expected use for the money is, even for a "young person." Also, as of the most recent fed meeting, rates are no longer continuously climbing (at least for now).
Further, investing borrowed money (as is being discussed here) is leveraged investing - which, while it can multiply returns, also multiplies risk and has to be accounted for in any reasonable asset strategy.