College students have a lot on their plate — who could blame you for not paying attention to that mounting student loan balance? But once you graduate, your new monthly student loan bill will be hard to ignore. After all, missing a payment isn’t like turning in a term paper late; debt collectors aren’t nearly … Continued

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Financial well-being: the phrase can conjure up a number of different interpretations, depending on who you’re asking. For some, it can mean having an emergency fund. Others may think it’s finally paying off those student loans (woo-hoo!) Still, others may simply believe that financial well-being is attained by making a lot of money. But that’s … Continued

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On March 10, 2010, I went to the academic hooding ceremony recognizing the completion of my MBA at the University of Denver. Getting an MBA from a private university is an expensive undertaking. When I started working on my degree, the estimated cost of attendance for the entire program was $91,994. Tuition alone was $67,000. … Continued

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