THE FIRST STEPS YOU MUST TAKE TO GET OUT OF DEBT

Let’s admit it, chances are you have some amount of debt if you are reading this. That’s a great sign that you are aware and engaged in your financial health. You may even be ready to take steps to minimize your debts and learn how to make positive financial choices and strengthen your financial foundation. […]

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6 QUICK TIPS TO SAVE ENOUGH FOR YOUR MONTHY LOAN PAYMENTS

  So you’ve just graduated and now you’re wondering how in the world you’ll be able to pay off your student loans. Loans are enough of a hassle on their own, but add them to your other bills and things get overwhelming very quickly. But fear not! Here are a some quick tips to ensure you make […]

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5 MONEY-SAVING TIPS FOR COLLEGE GRADS

  Graduation season is a great time of year. All the inspirational commencement speeches and excitement for the future makes it the perfect time to reflect on what I’ve learned since graduating three years ago (and post awesome #tbt photos!).   In retrospect, one of the key lessons I learned from college was that clear […]

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Don’t Be Overwhelmed by Student Debt, We Got You

This article originally appeared in Vivala  HeyVivala According to U.S. News & World Report, the average student loan debt hovers around $30,000. For those that decided to get graduate degrees, that debt is even higher. While the bet is that incomes go up significantly after you get a degree, that hasn’t been the case. In […]

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5 Things Every Latina Needs to Know About Obama’s New ‘Student Aid Bill of Rights’

So you did the right thing: You went to school, took out loans to fund your education, and graduated. Congrats, chica! However, if you’re like most college grads, you’re now in a massive amount of debt and considering selling the canas that have begun to spring out of your cabeza for rent and loan money. […]

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