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YOUNG MONEY financial aid FAQ – articles, books, advice for college graduates and students on financial aid basics, paying back student loans, managing student loan debt.
You might be physically fit while you’re young and in college, but staying in good financial shape is another matter. Being solvent is easily one of the hardest of accomplishments because there are a lot of other things to focus on: the effort to get good grades, your social life, your love life, and your […]
It’s true that an education from one of America’s universities is highly valuable. Our universities are among the best in the world, with students from all over the globe seeking admittance. But it’s also true that America’s job market is tough. It’s highly competitive and wages are relatively low, meaning grads with student loan debt […]
Good news for future students. Obama is attempting to force colleges to reduce college tuition increases so that college remains affordable for everyone. In a speech Obama made on Friday in Michigan Obama announced that schools will also be held to new performance standards. If students can’t find jobs after college, future students that attend […]
The price of attending college has soared over the past few decades. Columbia University, Boston College, Vanderbilt University and Tufts University are all over $50,000 per year when costs like room and board are factored in – and they’re the norm, not the exception. Nonetheless, the costs students incur often vary, with some receiving financial […]
Nobody particularly likes watching ads – just look at the proliferation of technology designed to get around watching them. From DVRs to pop-up blockers, any technology that carries ads will soon see some innovation designed to get around it. With that in mind, and the usefulness of internet marketing still in doubt, a Utah-based company […]
New figures from reveal that in aggregate, Americans owe more money in federal and private student loans than they do in revolving credit, reports the Wall Street Journal. The Federal Reserve says that Americans owe a total of $826.5 billion in revolving credit debt, most of which is on credit cards. Outstanding student loans, meanwhile, […]
The U.S. Department of Education recently proposed a number of rules regarding college recruitment and student aid and is now taking comments on them. According to the proposed regulations, the department will be more empowered to enforce actions against institutions that misrepresent the programs they offer to students. During recent hearings, officials heard from students […]
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