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Apr
24
2015

Graduating College and Demolishing Your Student Loan Debt

The transition from college to the “real world” can be tough. It’s probably tougher than the transition was from high school to college. You now have to work full time, start saving for your own future, and you’re truly independent. Before you graduate, there are several things that you can do to prepare for launch […]

Posted by David Barak

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Apr
22
2015

Three Tips For Your First Salary Negotiation

Salary negotiation – it’s hard. There is no simple, easy way to do it. Even when you’re prepared, it can be a tough conversation to have. And in your lifetime, you may only do it a handful of times. But negotiating your salary is also extremely important. That first salary sets the tone for the […]

Posted by David Barak

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Apr
20
2015

College to Career: Money Saving Strategies that make the Transition Easier

It is hard enough to pay your way through college, but when you start looking toward what comes after it can be quite daunting. Making that transition from college to career means major culture shock for many students. College is its own little universe and not much of the world can touch you – but […]

Posted by Mary Grace Leal

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Apr
17
2015

The Perkins Loan

When you are financing college you will find that there are many options for student loans. With private student loans and federal student loans and even grants, there is a lot to process. What many student don’t realize is that there are federal loans and other types of financial aid that are not as well […]

Posted by Shoum Chakravarti

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Apr
15
2015

Revocation of Licenses for Student Loan Default Stirs Controversy

Imagine that as a result of falling behind on your student loan payments, the state where you live revokes your driver’s license and you find yourself walking or taking the bus to get to work. If that sounds harsh, consider that some states also have the legal authority to cancel professional licenses for borrowers who […]

Posted by David Barak

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