Some students take drastic steps to avoid student loan debt. For example, GoFundMe college campaigns solicit funds from friends, family members and perfect strangers, while income share agreements allow students to attend school for free if they commit to pay a percentage of their post-graduate income to investors.Read More
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Forget about everything the media is saying about Millennials. The group born between the late 1970s and 1990s is anything but lazy - yes, I am referring to the young people who in many cases are still living at home with mom and dad.Read More
Credit smarts and financial literacy aren’t required courses in college, but young adults should learn those topics on their own, credit and financial experts say, and preferably, not through trial and error.Read More