When you graduate, you might end your academic journey with more than a diploma in hand — you could wind up with a generous cash gift, too. The average person giving graduation gifts last year planned to spend about $53 on each, with cash being the most popular present, according to the National Retail Federation’s … Continued

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Though some grads put off a home purchase because of student loans, it’s certainly possible to buy a home when you have student debt. However, you might need to approach your home purchase differently if you’re balancing student debt, too. Before you decide to apply for a mortgage, consider the impact of refinancing your student loans. Depending … Continued

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The cost of college continues to rise. If you’re planning to attend school in the fall, you can expect high bills. A year of school at a private university costs $32,405 on average. Since most students don’t have that much money stashed in savings, many will turn to financial aid. There are many different types of … Continued

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