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5 Common Student Loan Myths

If you’re buried in student loan debt, you’re not alone. Like millions of Americans, these 5 common student loan myths could be hindering your payment success.

How We Paid Off More Than $100,000 in Student Loans

For 37 million Americans, student loan debt is a financial albatross around their necks. And it’s growing. Debt from student loans has increased by 300 percent over the past eight years to nearly $1 trillion, according to a report from the...

Is a College Education Worth It? Depends on Who You Ask

Is it worth investing in a college education? A story last month by David Leonhardt in The New York Times said, unequivocally, yes. "The pay gap between college graduates and everyone else reached a record high last year, according to new data...

Parents: You’re Saving for College All Wrong

While American families have more money saved for college than they did last year, it’s still not nearly enough — and they’re saving incorrectly, advisors say. Only half of all families with children under 18 save any money for college (down from...

The Best Way to Save for College

10 things you need to know about 529 savings plans.

4 Ways to Make Your Master's Education Worth Its Money

Going back to school is looking more attractive with a growing number of employers requiring a master's degree. Apparently, an undergraduate degree just isn't enough these days. But it's dangerous to assume that an advanced degree is a guaranteed...

`There's No Such Thing as Failure'

Wise words from Oprah, Melinda Gates, and other inspiring commencement speakers

Personal Finance Cheat Sheet For New Grads

When you're trying to get your bearings as a new graduate, it's hard to know how to manage your personal finances. Here are some quick tips to get newly minted graduates started on a journey to better finances: Read a book. Get your feet wet in...


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