If you have student loan debt, it’s likely to have caused stress at some point, or maybe constantly, in your life. But a recent Fusion 2016 Issues Poll has revealed that college-educated women are experiencing stress over their student loans at a higher rate than men.
This Veterans Day we are honored to take part in the Closing Bell Ringing at NASDAQ in Times Square. NASDAQ has graciously invited 60 West Point alums, now executives, from 60 different companies to participate in the ringing of the closing bell.
A provision on the congressional budget deal would allow companies to robo call consumers’ cell phones to collect any money owed to the government on their student loans, mortgages, and taxes.
Prime time TV shows try to relate to the many issues in the headlines to meet the viewer on a common ground, with beautiful people. The Good Wife recently aired an episode on the controversy of student loans at for–profit colleges.
Recently the Senate blocked a bill that would have allowed the Perkins Loan Program, the oldest federal aid program, to continue.
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