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Andrew Schrage

Andrew Schrage, who graduated with an Economics degree from Brown University, is co-founder and CEO of Money Crashers. A personal finance enthusiast from a young age, Schrage launched Money Crashers with the aim to help consumers, entrepreneurs, and small businesses answer some of the most essential and foundational financial questions. Schrage is passionate about creating a strong community of Money Crashers all on a similar journey to financial freedom and success. When not working on Money Crashers or chatting with readers, he loves to play ice hockey and tennis.
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Survey: Do Millennials Have Fewer Financial Opportunities Than Prior Generations?

According to a recent survey by Money Crashers, the majority of millennials believe they face more challenging financial obstacles than their parents did at their age. We asked Americans to rate their level of agreement...
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College Admissions Scandal Revisited: Is an Ivy League Education Worth the Price?

The recent college admissions scandal is an eye-opening example of how far some families will go to get their children into elite colleges. The FBI investigations are still ongoing, but so far, 50 people...
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Will the U.S. Raise the Debt Ceiling, or Default? – Adam Shapiro Interview

We had the unique opportunity to interview FOX Business Network reporter Adam Shapiro about the ongoing U.S. debt crisis and the intense debate surrounding the possibility of raising the national debt ceiling. The current situation...