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Your grade point average (GPA) may have been the single most important score that teachers, academic institutions, and companies used to determine your ability to learn and take responsibility. Because there was such value placed on your GPA, you probably … Continue reading
Editor’s note: We at the Student LoanDownSM are launching a new series of posts aimed at those just starting out in their careers. Look to these posts for tips on handling your money, and managing a lot of the “firsts” … Continue reading
You may feel ready for the academic and social challenges of college—but are you ready for the financial end of things? If you’re feeling a little uncertain in that regard, you’ve got a couple weeks to shape up and get … Continue reading
When I was in college, I remember having to plan twice as hard just to be able to buy a thing or two during the semester. Now that I’m a grown-up (yes, it’s true!) the responsibilities and bills just seem… Continue reading
As you think about savings goals, it’s really easy to think about that ideal end state. For example, I want an emergency fund with six months’ salary in it, so I calculate out what that will be and I set… Continue reading
Okay, if I were a college student, I think I’d be sputtering right now: “Saving? Saving what? I’m borrowing money just to live!” But hear me out. It’s tough to manage your money when you’re in college. Borrowing thousands of… Continue reading
Since January isn’t quite over yet, and we are all still on the subject of “new,” since it’s a new year, new semester (or term), new quarter (for those in the working world), it is an excellent time to make… Continue reading
Why are we offering back-to-school resolutions for college graduates who aren’t heading back to school? Because no matter how old you get, most of us still get that “back to school” urge to start fresh when September rolls around. (You’ll… Continue reading