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    With student loan debt at an all-time high, more graduates are considering loan forgiveness ...
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    Twenty-somethings are in a prime position to enter the investing world. Find out ...
  4. 5 Top Business Schools in America

    These schools produce many of the most successful business grads and offer some of ...
  5. 5 Tips for Finding Your Perfect Job Online

    With so many jobs being advertised online, it pays to know your way around an online ...
  6. 3 Seemingly Non-Financial Decisions Everyone ...

    None of these decisions should be considered as being purely financial, but there ...
  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 amortized?

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

    In limited cases of bankruptcy, the courts may discharge a filer's partial or full student loan debt.
  3. Federal student loan rates: who sets them, why they vary

    Federal student loan rates are set by Congress, not by banks. Learn more about who gets what rate, and how often they get ...
  4. What's the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics?

    Microeconomics is generally the study of individuals and business decisions, macroeconomics looks at higher up country and ...
  1. 5 Of The Biggest Fraternities And Sororities ...

    About a quarter of America’s biggest companies’ CEOs have been members of a frat ...
  2. 5 Coolest Internships

    These internships will be sure to provide a unique experience every day.
  3. 5 Rental Red Flags

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

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

    Here is an overview of five American campuses that tend to rank highly in annual ...
  6. 8 Money-Saving Tips For Sports Fans

    Here are a few tips for getting your sports fix and saving some money in the process. ...
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