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[19 Apr 2016 | No Comment | ]
Should All High School Graduates Go To College?

The Center for College Affordability and Productivity explores the pros and cons of attending school past high school graduation. CCAP is dedicated to researching the rising costs and stagnant efficiency in higher education.

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[4 Apr 2016 | No Comment | ]
Your Future: The Time is Now

It’s time to start thinking about what it’s going to take to turn your degree into a great full-time first job after college. Of course, you don’t want to graduate and wind up with a position beneath your skill set or, worse yet, remain unemployed for a meaningful stretch after college. Having invested so much time, energy and dollars in your education, you want to make sure you wind up with a first-rate career. Achieving such an objective merely requires a solid plan.

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[17 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]
Presidential Candidates’ Personal Finances By The Numbers

WalletHub compared some of the presidential candidates based on a few important metrics, such as total cash savings and total amounts owed, and noted a number of revealing insights into each candidate’s financial background that could influence your opinion and ultimately your vote.

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[10 Nov 2015 | No Comment | ]
Best Student Checking Accounts

Finding the right checking account is only part of the everyday banking battle for college students. Using the account responsibly and minimizing unnecessary fees are also extremely important.