Tag Archives: student loans

Stop bashing millennials’ poor credit scores

Sienna Kossman

Millennials aren’t perfect and neither are their credit scores, but lately it seems as if many think they should be. Every time an organization or individual reviews millennials’ credit scores and dissects their credit behavior, the most common reaction to…
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Many student loan borrowers regret their debt

Kelly Dilworth

If you could go back to being a college freshman, what would you do differently? Not surprisingly, a sizable number of student loan borrowers say they’d find a better way to pay for school so they didn’t owe so much…
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How telecommuting is padding my budget

Sienna Kossman

Working from home may mean less time spent in front of the mirror in the morning, but I’ve found it also means more savings and less financial stress. In early May I moved from Texas to Alabama, joining nearly 3.3…
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5 signs I’m financially maturing

Sienna Kossman

If you’re tackling a mound of debt like I am or just learning how to stick to a budget, it’s easy to get discouraged and feel as if you are paddling backward up a fast-moving stream. However, taking a moment…
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Student loan problems come to light with new research

Fred Williams

Some people get less from a degree than they put into it. But you can improve the odds of educational success by looking up a school’s default record on student loans.
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