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Investing as a Student: 7 Ways to Get Started Young With...

The world of investing is a scary place for students with less than $1,000 to their name. Most don't know where to begin, and...
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Is Student Loan Forgiveness Worth It? – Pros & Cons

Not all borrowers are likely to benefit from student loan forgiveness. In fact, the majority aren’t. And there may even be some significant downsides to it. If you’re considering forgiveness as a way to manage your student loan debt, here’s what you need to know.
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5 Best Financial Education Websites & Resources

Acquiring an economic and financial education is important, but traditional methods - like books and college courses - cost time and money. And if...
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How to Rank Medical Residencies & Match With the Best Program

After selecting your medical specialty and completing your medical residency interviews, there’s one final step before your big residency decision: ranking medical residency programs and matching. How can you rank your list of residency options, and how does matching work? Learn more here.
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16 Ways to Reduce & Avoid Overwhelming College Student Loan Debt

When it comes to avoiding immense amounts of student loan debt, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here are some things you can do before you start college, during your college years, and after graduation to keep your debt burden as low as possible.
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5 Reasons to Take a Gap Year Abroad – Benefits &...

While the traditional route of education is to go straight from high school to college - and, hopefully soon thereafter, a first job -...
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Are Online Degrees Worth It? – Cost, Perception & Downsides

Online degrees offer many advantages, including flexibility and lower average costs. But not all employers give online degrees equal weight to traditional degrees. And the choice you make has significant implications for your career, finances, and lifestyle. Is an online degree right for you?
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Watch Out For Holiday Scams and Scam Artists

Unfortunately, the holidiays bring out the best and the worst of people.  Scams are most commonly found around the holidays, and consumers need to...
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How to Defer Your Student Loans – 5 Options to Extend...

When I was in college, every semester I received a check from the federal government for text books and living expenses (read: beer). I...
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Top 5 Personal Finance Tips for Recent College Graduates

When you've recently graduated from college, the world can seem like your oyster. After four years of unpaid internships or part-time jobs, you suddenly can...
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How to Tap into a Roth IRA for College Savings &...

If you have children at home who hope to go to college someday (or someday soon), it's important to plan ahead financially. College tuition...
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Benefits of Attending Community College for 2 Years to Save Money

According to The Institute for College Access and Success, in 2015, the average university student graduated with $28,950 in student loan debt. A 2016...