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Money Tips for College Students

Compound Interest: Split Personality

Compound interest – the wonderful banking principle that helps your savings grow at a faster rate each year. Simply set up automatic deduction from your paycheck, sit back, watch your retirement grow and let your worries fly away. If only it were that easy.

You have seconds to grab a potential hiring manager's attention with your resume. Use a word that rubs the person the wrong way and you won't even get an interview.

Higher Education: Economic Boon or Bubble?

With the economic downturn of recent years, many Americans are wondering if a college degree is the answer to their employment woes.

Have you finally decided to bite the bullet and replace that outdated, sluggish laptop? When browsing for a new computing partner that best suits your needs, you will quickly find prices that range from very affordable to somewhat outrageous. ...

It's time to think about move-in day. To make the transition without digging a hole in your wallet, start planning for this big change now.

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    Subsidized vs Unsubsidized Student Loans

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    How to Get Rid of Student Loans

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    Be Aware of these Sneaky Student Loan Forgiveness Scams

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    Should You Consolidate Your Student Loans?

    It isn't unusual to pay hundreds of dollars a month in student loans. If you graduated more than six months ago, your loans are likely in the repayment period. This means you owe monthly payments. Whether you kept a tally of the totals or not, reality will settle in quickly.

    How to Get Student Loans Forgiven: A Step-By-Step 2017 Guide

    Waiting to hear how much your student loan payments are until they become due is a mistake.

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