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What Happens to Your Student Loan Debt When You Die?

There are two issues many people prefer to avoid thinking about: death and debt. Unfortunately, both of these seems to be inevitable. Student loan debt is a part of life nowadays, particular for students obtaining advanced or professional degrees. 542 more words


The 50/20/30 Rule and Why You Must Do Better

What is the 50/20/30 Rule?

This is a popular modern financial guideline that dictates how to distribute your after-tax income.

50% fixed costs (bills, transportation, groceries, needs) 293 more words

Financial Goals

Graduates with Student Loan Debt

A common question that I am asked about my research is whether student loan debt is associated with changes in behavior among graduate students. This is a great question, and one that I hope to pursue (with rigor) in the future, once we have more available data. 692 more words

Millennials Revolt Against The Big Banks: Dark Fantasy Writing Prompt

Someone use this and write a short story, please!

Courtesy of Sinister Central

Here’s one helluva what-if scenario writing prompt.

What if…

Millennials literally did die a little inside once their mortgage-sized student loan debts went into repayment? 65 more words


Student Loan Debt and Motherhood: Are There Variations By Race?

Since the inception of the federal educational loan program in 1965, the amount of federal student loans borrowed annually has increased from approximately $8 billion in today’s dollars to nearly $104 billion in 2017, representing an increase of over 1,200%. 619 more words


[-$56,000] It's Half Gone! I've Paid Off 50% of My Student Loan Debt!

Another milestone post!  This one will be short and sweet.

I made an extra $912 payment today. (That’s almost back up to my goal of paying $1000 extra/month). 130 more words

Money (Debt Frugality Minimalism)