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  1. Unpaid Student Loan Bills Can Cost You Your Job

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    A recent New York Times article is stirring up a frenzy. In records obtained by The New York Times, government agencies in 19 states are permitted to seize state-issued professional licenses from residents that default on their student loans. Meaning nurses, firemen, teachers, lawyers, etc....
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  2. Protect Your Credit After Equifax’s Hack

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    In lieu of Equifax’s breach, questions are spinning around whether victims should freeze their credit or sign up for the free credit monitoring Equifax is now offering. Here’s our advice to keep you and your credit out of danger: Instead of paying for credit monitoring,...
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  3. Student Loans and Credit Cards

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    Is It Possible To Manage Both Credit Card & Student Loan Debt? Going off to college comes with new found financial freedoms, and for many students that means their first foray into a world of credit and debt. The Credit CARD Act of 2009 restricted...
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  4. Save For Retirement Now, Benefit Later

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    Start Your Retirement Investments Now to Better Your Financial Future When is the best time to start saving for retirement? The answer is simple: as soon as possible. But like most things in life, that is easier said than done. Given the job market, high student loan...
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  5. To Co-Sign or Not??

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    Adding a co-signer can make a loan more attractive to lenders, but can cause serious repercussions if the co-debtor defaults. A common question many of us face is whether to co-sign for a loan. Initially, co-signing a loan seems like a nice and supportive gesture....
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