Halloween aside, gloom and doom seem to be the only thing on the horizon for millennial finances. Many millennials feel the pressure to succeed early in their careers and finances, despite being new to our fields and graduating in one of the worst economies ever. We compare our financial situations to everyone from our parents … Continue reading In Defense of the Millennial – Back to the Basics
Getting out of student debt as quickly as possible is one strategy that many consider when it comes to paying off their debt. Borrowers with student debt often sacrifice building up their emergency savings or forego investing in their retirement fund to reduce their loan balance down to zero. Psychologically, debt is seen as a … Continue reading Paying Off Debt – Slow and Steady or Full Speed Ahead?
In the national’s capital, which also happens to be Purefy’s headquarters, student debt is getting a lot of attention. With a staggering $1.3 trillion in outstanding, the attention is well deserved. Candidates from each party have something to say on the cost of higher education and what they intend to do about it. Young voters … Continue reading What Washington Is Saying About Student Loans