Nationwide student loan debt is currently $1.2 Trillion (CNN Money).
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You Insure Your Smartphone, Why Not Your Life?

You’re young and living in the here and now. While it may not be top-of-mind or pleasant to think about your own mortality, September is Life Insurance Awareness Month and a perfect time to consider ways to protect yourself and your future. After all, you insure your smartphone, your car and even your vacations, so… Continue Reading


First-Timer Tips for Off-Campus Living

You put your time in at the dorms. You met some of the people you will know for the rest of your life. You also probably didn’t meet some of the people you will end up connecting with later in life. Either way, your chance to live off campus is finally here, but before you… Continue Reading

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Score a G.O.A.L. this summer – GET OUT AND LIVE

There’s an energy in the air in summer that you just can’t get at any other time of year. The sun is out, it’s warm and you have so much more energy to stay up. But you’re not in college anymore. No more sleeping until noon and staying out until the wee hours. After all,… Continue Reading


Graduation Today, Real World Tomorrow

It’s already June and graduation day flew by in a flash. Walking across that stage and being handed your college diploma is by far one of your greatest accomplishments to date—and likely one of the most expensive. But don’t fret, dear graduate. Here are some tips to get you started on the right financial foot… Continue Reading


Make The Most of Your Money

What percentage of your income should go to your 401(k)? How much should you be saving? How much should go to your student loan? April is Financial Literacy Month, and just a few weeks ago we addressed these questions by debunking common money myths facing young professionals. Emily Holbrook, director of the Millennial market for… Continue Reading