You’re a new grad, maybe in a new city with a new job, apartment and friends. But not all the new things about postgrad life are fun and sparkly; you likely have a new debt to deal with, too. If you graduated in May, your first student loan payment will probably come due next month. And … Continued

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I was the first person in my family to go to college. At least in a ‘regular’ way, at a young age! Both my parents attended college, but as fully mature adults. My mom decided to go to college after she and my father divorced. Every once in a while, I would end up going … Continued

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When you’re looking for ways to rein in your spending, a food budget can be a good place to start. But you don’t want to sacrifice your social life. Here are a few ways to enjoy those tailgating parties, coffee dates and roommate takeout nights without food costs draining your bank account. 1. Plan your … Continued

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