The best way to learn something is to listen to people who have already been through it. Today, we hear from Michelle, who tells us about her struggles finding work and gaining experience after graduating from college.
If you’re a current college student looking for a private student loan, or a college grad looking to refinance existing student loans, Credible can help you find the borrowers with the lowest interest rates. Continue reading to learn how Credible can help you save money, reduce your det, and pay off your student loans.
Most borrowers by now realize that private student loans will typically carry higher interest rates than federal student loans. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself: Why? Here, we explore the factors that make private student loans more expensive than federal student loans.
The Acorns investment app has announced the launch of Acorns Spend, an Acorns-linked debit card designed to make it easier than ever to invest and save. Read on to learn more about how Acorns Spend works, the cost, and the many benefits that card users will have access to once it is fully launched.
Total student loan debt in the US was $1.41 trillion as of March 2018. But how much money is $1.41 trillion, anyway? We wanted to put that number into perspective, so we put together this list of outrageous comparisons that will really help you understand how crazy America’s student debt crisis is becoming.
If you’re a recent college graduate, here are 10 personal finance tips that you need to know if you want to crush life and become financially healthy. From paying off your student loans, to creating an emergency savings fund, to planning for your future, these tips will set you on the path to financial freedom.
Paying off student loans is hard, and most borrowers are only a layoff or financial emergency away from having all of our hard work erased. Here is my story about the crazy lengths I almost went to in order to finally be free of my student loan debt.
Where should you put your emergency fund so that the money can continue to grow, while staying safe in case you need it? Here, we discuss four options: Keeping your emergency savings as cash, using a traditional savings account, using a high-yield account, and building a CD ladder.
The average U.S. family of four throws away just under $1,600 in food every year. That’s not only bad for the environment—it’s bad for our wallets. Need a kick in the butt to waste less food? Here are four things you could do to get closer to financial independence if you stopped wasting so much food.
If you’re interested in getting started investing, you’ve probably heard of the Acorns investment app. By shopping through its Found Money program for your everyday expenses, you could add hundreds of dollars to your investment account each year.