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Scammers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to con people into giving up their money and personal information. Though the phone script is new, the strategies are familiar. In addition to taking preventive measures towards your health and finances, it is important to educate yourself on the techniques scammers are using during the COVID-19 […]…
As the summer ends, students are excited about selecting classes, choosing roommates, and picking out dorm decorations. However, many are not looking forward to figuring out how they’re going to afford school. After all grants, scholarships, and work study positions are exhausted, students still find themselves owing a large sum of money. Often, making the […]…
Are you constantly stressed about paying your debt? Do you make payments every month, but interests continue to build up? Perhaps you feel like you have no hope of repaying any unsecured debt. If so, you might be in search of a solution to your financial problem. When you’re in a bad financial position and […]…
High school students spend a significant amount of time deciding where they’ll go to college. Most students apply to 7-10 schools hoping they’ll get admitted to their top choice. Although most college students today walk away from college with student loan debt in addition to their diploma, not all share an equal burden. The state in which a student attends college might have an effect on their total amount of student loan debt. According to a study by The Institute for College Access & Success, these are the 5 states with the highest average  student loan balance upon graduation. …