Saving Money in Your 20s

Most people struggle to manage their finances when they are in their 20s. They have just entered the workforce, probably have a low paying job, have many bills and have little experience organising themselves. People in their 20s also have many credit card companies throwing easy money at them. It’s not hard for someone just […]

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College Debt Weighs Heavier on Women

An interesting article for NPR has recently highlighted the disparity in dealing with college debt for women compared to men. Because of the wage gap between men and women in the work force, more women are finding themselves struggling with college debt after they graduate. Some students finish college with between $30’000-100’000 of college debt, […]

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College Debt Levels Threat to USA Economy

A democratic senator has suggested that the level of college debt held by young Americans is a serious threat the American economy. Democract Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is pushing a bill that would help people refinance federal student loans with high interest rates. The senator wants all student loans with a rate higher than 4% scaled […]

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Student Loan Consolidation

It’s a common story – young college students who take on thousands of dollars in student loans and spend the money without much thought. Paying back the loans seems to be something to worry about in the future for most students. So they concentrate on their studies and having fun while in college, often spending […]

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Consolidating Student Loans

It’s not easy being a recent graduate in the current job market. Many graduates find themselves in substantial debt after their graduation and unable to find enough work to pay back that debt. Some graduates can only find low paying work in fields unrelated to their degree while others can’t find any work at all. […]

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The Hidden Dangers Of Student Loans

When you’re thinking of talking about student loan debt collection, a great place to start is to talk about money – precisely, the financial rewards that the U.S. Department of Education offers to third-party debt collection agencies. Due to the Department of Education’s payment structure, collectors are financially rewarded for gathering the original minimum repayment, […]

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Dealing With College Debt

With lessons, exams and work, university students have more than enough to get anxious about. Unfortunately, debt amongst college enrollees is rapidly rising making it a developing worry for some young people. Credit cards help it become easy and handy for the cash strapped college student to order items, few of which ever stop to […]

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