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Generation Y and Health Insurance

Generation Y has gotten a bad rap, and it really isn’t deserved.¬† OK, the students protesting for free tuition and a $15 minimum wage on campus obviously haven’t done the math and clearly don’t understand much about economics. 1,451 more words


Million Student March on National Day of Student Action

Over 110 actions in over 90 U.S. Cities to Demand Tuition-Free Higher Education, End of Student Debt, and $15/Hour Minimum Wage for Campus Employees

Million Student March is a grassroots effort, organized at the local level by existing campus and activist groups as well as new coalitions and organizations formed specifically for Nov. 530 more words


The five biggest myths on financing college

Brad Allen of the Minneapolis Star Tribune interviews John

John Wasik is on a mission. The Chicago-based financial blogger had been researching abuses in the student loan industry a year ago at the same time he and his wife were looking at colleges for their oldest daughter. 859 more words

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Obstacles Facing the Millennial Home Buyer

As the biggest generation to populate the United States, Millennials (Gen Y) are also the lucky generation to face obstacles related to whopping student debt, high unemployment and stiff credit. 352 more words

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Tuition tax credits? Great, if you can use them

Attending school is expensive — and it’s getting even more expensive. In fact, the class of 2015 graduated with the largest amount of student debt ever. 278 more words