When you’re in college, you have plenty of things to worry about. You’re focused on the looming deadline for your World History paper, the impact of your next exam score on your GPA, and — possibly the most stressful of … Read More »
Sometimes it’s necessary to take on student loan debt. Consequently, you need a strong plan to get out of that debt as quickly as possible. The Talking Cents Blog has delved into this topic over many articles. Here is an … Read More »
Tomorrow is the beginning of National Military Appreciation Month. I know firsthand the sacrifices that military members and their families make. My dad was in the Air Force for 22 years. This Tuesday Tip is for military families with college-age … Read More »
Many Millennials are currently living with student loan debt. Minimum payment amounts can be tough to meet, let alone sending in extra payments. Is there an easier way? Unfortunately, debt is debt. However, here are a few survival tips when … Read More »
College is an exciting time in life. Amid all the fun, college is also the time you learn to live an independent life. You assume a lot of obligations and financial responsibility as a student. Therefore, college is an ideal … Read More »
Spring break is the best. It’s a mid-semester “pause” button on all of your school-related stress. Hopefully it will help you relax, recharge, and mentally prepare for the remainder of the year. But, going on a big spring break trip … Read More »
Student loan consolidation is one type of repayment option available to borrowers with debt. There are many factors to consider before consolidating loans. Understanding the pros and cons is the first step to determining if consolidation is the right move.
Do you need a roommate? Housing is typically the biggest expense and having a roommate can soften the blow. Worried about sharing expenses? Follow these ideas on roommate economics to avoid financial problems that can harm you later on.