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Changes are on the way for student loans

Several of you have asked my opinion of President Obama’s recent executive order regarding student loans. Let’s take a minute to highlight the basic details. Without getting overly political, I applaud the President’s “we can’t wait approach” as he deals … Continue reading

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A Mountain of Debt

I frequently counsel with college students and others about debt reduction strategies and the need to establish a game plan to attack debt in the most effective and efficient way. I personally subscribe to the theory that there are two … Continue reading

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What to do?

One of the topics my students frequently ask me about is how should a typical college student get started in planning for their financial future. While I am able to go into more detail in the classroom and at my … Continue reading

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A master of stating the obvious

As a college professor teaching finance, it often occurs to me that, on the subject of personal finance, my job is to simply do a great job of stating the obvious. As the tagline on my blog always reminds us … Continue reading

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