My $38,000 Student Loan Payoff Plan. That’s the total amount of student loans that I accumulated while I was getting my undergraduate and graduate degrees. The amount that is left is still at $38,000 now, mainly because I haven’t really bothered with student loan repayment (even though I should have!) and interest has stupidly been building up. http://www.makingsenseofcents.com/2012/11/student-loan-plan.html
Everyone wants to see big numbers in their savings accounts, but few want to put in the work it takes to get there. Saving more money doesn't have to be difficult or a huge sacrifice. These eight little tricks can help you save more every month.
If you ever see yourself borrowing money down the road -- whether it's for a home, car, or business -- you'll want to have a credit score that is squeaky clean. Here's how to build your credit score from the ground up, especially when you have little or none to start!
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