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Student loan debt is often the bane of a young professional’s existence. An extremely competitive job market and an ailing economy make graduate and post-graduate degrees necessities but  the debt we incur while getting our educations puts us in the financial hole for years after our...

5 Winter Break Caree...

Alas, winter break is around the corner and your plans for the month long hiatus from school are etched in stone: sleep, party, relax, shop, sleep, party, watch TV…. But while you’re planning to catch up on the hundred hours of lost sleep due to the Thirsty Thursday shin-digs and...

Economista: 5 Strate...

Yesterday I had the opportunity to appear on WEAA 88.9 FM’s Wealthy Lifestyle Radio with financial coach Deborah Owens. Though the segment was based on a story I’d written about microloans, Owens and I got into an interesting discussion about developing a college aid strategy....

Economista: Micro-lo...

Yes, even I am haunted by the wretched specter of student loan debt. While I was fortunate enough to ensure my nearly $20,000 in student loans were all from the government, I have many friends who aren’t nearly as fortunate. If you’ve followed my blog you know I’m on a mission to help...

Managing Credit: Kee...

As students head off to college for the first time or prepare for their fall return, there’s one thing can be certain will be absent from campus this year; solicitation from credit card issuers. The final components of the White House’s “CARD Act” took effect last Wednesday. Major...

Relief for Student L...

College graduates facing mounting student loan debt may find relief in the new Income-Based Repayment plan that took effect Wednesday. Designed to take into account monthly income and family size, graduates with outstanding federal loans can see their minimum payments cut to less than 10% of...