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  1. 3 Key Financial Guidelines for College Graduates

    College graduates face a multitude of challenges these days, so help them out by ...
  2. Protecting Against Private Student Loan Servicers

    The CFPB’s recent student loan settlement with Wells Fargo highlights how important ...
  3. You Can Now File the FAFSA Starting Oct. 1

    New rules designed to simplify the FAFSA application process let you apply three ...
  4. An Introduction to Student Loans and the FAFSA

    Learn how to fill out the FAFSA form so that it is easier for you to fund your education. ...
  5. For Young Investors: Too Many Choices, Too Few ...

    Your retirement may be decades away, but this is no time to procrastinate.
  6. College Tuition: 8 Mistakes Parents Should Avoid

    Here are 8 mistakes parents should avoid while saving for college tuition.
  1. Technology Can Help With Student Loans (AMTD)

    Paying student loans can be a difficult time for young professionals and even in ...
  2. Internships: Find The Best One For You

    It only takes a little legwork to land a prestigious career while you're still in ...
  3. Bearish MACD Crossovers With A Positive Twist

    These stocks are exhibiting bearish crossovers in their MACD readings, indicating ...
  4. Buffett's New Buffett-Like Manager

    Ted Weschler's deep value approach and conviction on large stakes is well in line ...
  1. All About Student Loans

    Student loans bridge the gap between college savings, scholarships and earnings from ...
  2. 529 Plan Tutorial

    This comprehensive guide goes through what a 529 plan is and how to set one up, contribute ...
  1. Are Student Loans Forgiven After Death?

    Federal student loans are forgiven when the borrower dies once proof of death is submitted. No money will be owed and the ...
  2. Can Direct Consolidation Loans be deferred?

    Student loans bundled into direct consolidation loans may be deferred under certain circumstances.
  3. Are student loans amortized?

    Student loans typically get paid back over time on a fixed payment, or amortized, schedule.
  4. Are student loans dischargeable after bankruptcy?

    In limited cases of bankruptcy, the courts may discharge a filer's partial or full student loan debt.
  1. 5 Ways To Increase Your Chances Of Getting A ...

    Reports show that new college grads are either unemployed or under employed. Here's ...
  2. 5 Of The Biggest Fraternities And Sororities ...

    About a quarter of America’s biggest companies’ CEOs have been members of a frat ...
  3. 5 Coolest Internships

    These internships will be sure to provide a unique experience every day.
  4. 5 Rental Red Flags

    Know what to look for before entering into a rental agreement.
  5. Debunking 10 Budget Myths

    Putting 10 budget myths in their place
  6. Top 5 Campuses In The U.S.

    Here is an overview of five American campuses that tend to rank highly in annual ...
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