Student Loans May Make Women Less Likely to Marry

Sure, student loan debt can affect your financial future, but what about your romantic relationships? New research indicates that education loan debt, which looms large for many Americans, can actually influence an individual’s likeliness to get married or move in with a romantic partner. These days, Americans are getting married […]

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Getting An Early Start On Your Child’s College Fund

The average annual cost of college is a whopping $13,600 for public institutions and $36,300 for private institutions, and that price is only expected to increase in years to come. That being said, it’s not a bad idea to get a jumpstart on saving for your child’s educational costs. One […]

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Have Student Loans? Kansas Wants To Help You Pay

If you’re one of the 37 million student loan borrowers with outstanding student loans, you might want to listen up. This month we’re covering a number of creative ways to manage student debt, but we never thought we’d be adding “move to Kansas” to the list. In an effort to […]

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Half of College Grads Are Overqualified for Their Jobs

College degrees certainly aren’t dropping in price, but are they declining in value? Many Americans consider a college degree to be the ultimate door to opportunity: a well-rounded education, a good job, and, ultimately, a comfortable income. Sure, someone with a bachelor’s degree earns an average of 1.6 times more […]

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