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Parental Guidance May Be Just What The Doctor Ordered

Amidst the Coronavirus crisis, a compelling problem will be unmasked by the economic turmoil that will challenge market stability for months or longer. Retirement readiness has not been effectively delivered to the majority of retirement plans. This was a problem before the Covid 19 pandemic, and it has become a crisis. Even before the unprecedented instability and

Financial literacy is an essential link in the chain of student success

When the modern-day U.S. Department of Education (ED) was established in 1979, personal computers were in their infancy, cell phones were science fiction and almost all financial transactions were face-to-face. While much has changed, the core functions underlying how America manages its $1.3 trillion federal student aid (FSA) program covering 42 million student loan borrowers are remarkably similar to

How Student Loan Debt And Defaults Differ Across Red And Blue States

During the 2016 election cycle, it seemed like everyone was talking about student loans and college affordability. That's not surprising since the student loan crisis is affecting so many Americans. Currently, around 44 million Americans owe about $1.3 trillion in student loan debt, with the average borrower graduating with more than $28,000 in debt. We we were