How Will the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affect You?

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How Will the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affect You?

Like just about everything these days, most of the coverage around the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” has been viewed with an overwhelmingly partisan lens.  Most of this has to do with the nature of the corporate tax cuts in the law, perhaps justifiably so.  But in my opinion, there’s been far too little discussion […]

Don’t Panic About Proposed Public Service Loan Forgiveness Elimination

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Executive Summary Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) is a specific student loan payment strategy for individuals with high student loan debt who work for the government or a registered non-profit.  This includes government employees, employees of traditional non-profit entities, teachers, and even doctors and nurses who work at teaching hospitals.  Under this program, if you […]

How to Take Control of Your Finances after Graduation

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[Don’t miss the two free giveaways in this post!  Click here to access our new retirement calculator, and click here to download our comprehensive student loan guide!] Congratulations to everyone graduating this semester! If you are finishing your undergraduate career this month, welcome to the working world!  If you are finishing a masters or professional […]

What Millennials Need to Learn from the ESPN Layoffs

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Well, this is a bummer. The big news this week is that ESPN, once considered the fastest growing and most stable news organization in sports, is laying off numerous reporters and on-air personalities. Layoffs are a cruel reality of the world we live in.  Unfortunately, reports of companies cutting jobs pop up in the news […]