When Deborah Rykers graduated from college in 2008, she didn’t think she would spend eight years of her life in the United States Air Force. As an education graduate, that wasn’t her plan. “An opportunity came my way, and I was recruited by a friend of mine,” said Rykers. “It was the best eight years … Continued

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College prepares students to be everything from accountants and teachers to government workers and health care technicians, but not all students learn basic money management skills. Here’s advice for this year’s graduates on how to succeed financially. 1. Use a tried-and-true budgeting strategy A regular paycheck, however small, can feel like a windfall for those … Continued

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There’s no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to paying off student loan debt. You need to know what works for your personal situation. What helps one person could actually harm someone else. Here are five common pieces of advice that don’t always pan out so well for borrowers. Read on to learn what’s wrong with … Continued

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