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3 Ways Student Loan Counseling Can Put Greenbacks Back in Your Wallet

3 Ways Student Loan Counseling Can Put Money Back in Your Pocket
By Nick Demeester
GreenPath Student Loan Counseling Manager

Many fresh college graduates and young professionals find themselves in low-paying jobs when they are starting out on their own. 413 more words

Debbie Schwartz: Finding college scholarships for your kids

Bill and Wendy are joined by Debbie Schwartz, Founder of Road2college.com. They talk about strategies for finding university scholarships, listener questions, and more.


Bill Leff And Wendy Snyder

Hillary Clinton's Debt-Free College Plan May Actually Drive Tuition Prices Higher

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton recently unveiled a college tuition plan that would eliminate tuition for lower income students attending a public university. This tenet of her New College Compact was apparently the influence of her former primary opponent… 312 more words


Free college is actually f r e e e e e e🤑

Eighty-two percent (82%) of all adults recognize, too, that when politicians promise to make college tuition free, it means taxpayers will be paying that tuition. Just seven percent (7%) think it means college will really be free.

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Observations On Life

Our 1.3 Trillion Dollar Mistake

Public colleges and universities should be tuition free as most of them were until the mid 1960s. Here is why.

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. 445 more words

College Fees

Why college costs are out of control

A college education is now the second-largest expense an individual is likely to make in a lifetime — right after purchasing a home. Ironically, one of the reasons the price tag continues to climb is the abundance of loan dollars that discourages schools from keeping their costs in line. 806 more words


So...This is Happening.

“Alright. I can do this. Moving to the big city. The city that never sleeps. The Big Apple. Right.”

That’s pretty much how every conversation with myself goes as soon as I start thinking about New York. 747 more words