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The 4 Routes of Money When it comes to managing money, one generally has four options: save, spend, donate, or invest. These may not seem like a lot of options; however, a majority of people are only spending their money or have no idea how to start implementing the other three choices. People are not [...]
Incoming college freshmen and current students are facing many unknowns when it comes to understanding how the college experience will change as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Will classes be online, in-person, or both? Will students be required to wear masks on campus? What about student organizations, and other traditional ways of making connections [...]
Student loan debt is one of the fastest rising debts of this generation. Americans currently owe a combined of $1.34 trillion on their student loans. On average, college undergrads are paying 28% more for college than a decade ago, and 65% more than 20 years ago. To mitigate this, it’s important that if you or [...]

Skyrocketing Student Loans- While some are worried about the rapidly growing U.S. national debt, others are looking at a different debt bomb that is slowly ticking in American households. Debt by Americans age 19 to 29 years old exceeded an astonishing $1 trillion at the end of last year, the highest exposure for the group […]

September 5, 2016


College Planning, Lifestyle, News


You’re young, have little in savings and likely have no one yet relying on you financially. So why do you need to think about estate management?¹ Here are four great reasons: ESTATE STRATEGIES: THEY’RE NOT JUST FOR THE ELDERLY You need a will.You may ask why a will is important if there’s not much to […]

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