4 Ways to Upgrade Your Postgrad Finances

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Each lifestyle change can also mean a budget change. Our partners at NerdWallet outline a few strategies for your postgrad finances — no ramen necessary. These strategies can be used every few months to see where you can save more, spend less and plan for the future. Share:

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Student Loan Debt: Putting Life on Hold

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The impact of student loan debt on our generation’s lifestyle is staggering. Not only are millennials delaying marriage as well as starting families, but they’re also less likely to start businesses or continue their education, buy homes and cars, and save for retirement. Share:

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Setting Goals for Your Finances in 2016

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Getting your finances in order and paying off debt is a frequently-made New Year’s resolution. We all look to the New Year with big plans to be the best version of ourselves but without a plan in place, our resolutions can fade by February. Share:

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Managing Student Loans and Saving for Retirement

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In recent years, we’ve seen student loan debt cause some millennials to delay buying a house or getting married. New research shows that millennials with student loans may also lack retirement funds – up to $325,000 less by the time they retire than those without education debt. Share:

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5 Tips for Saving Money During the Holidays

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The most wonderful (and expensive) time of year is quickly approaching. With travel, gifts and parties competing for your wallet this season, your student loan payment can feel more burdensome than ever. We asked our team of thrifty spenders and financial experts to share their best tips for saving money during the holidays. Share:

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