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Student loans are a source of discomfort for many Americans. They’re worth it—which the evidence backs up—but the cost can feel too high for some. According to the Federal Reserve’s recent report, the average debt for student loans is $36,299. 52 percent of borrowers under the age of 25 report that someone else is assisting
In 1999, Time magazine created a poll to ask Americans what the worst 20th century idea was. One of the few things worse than Boston selling Babe Ruth to the Yankees was telemarketing. Telemarketing had become such a pox for Americans that in 2003, the government created the Do Not Call Registry. The basic idea
If you’re young and you rent, you may want to reconsider what you owe. According to the US Census Bureau, renters will spend almost $100,000 on rent by the time they hit 30 for a ten year period. That’s 45 percent of your income. Why is that number kind of backbreaking? Because that’s more than
We all know when to appreciate a teacher. But do we understand how, or what for? I suspect, on the whole, we don’t (though we try). It’s enjoyable to remember how cool some of our teacher’s rooms looked—especially as the Halloween-Snicker-sized little anklebiters we used to be. But now that we’re adults, we know what
Whether it was when Harry met Sally, Allie and Noah, the English Patient, or Han and Leia; a kiss can be valuable, and justify real love between two people, but it probably only happens to people with good credit—or so says the thesis of a 2015 paper by the Federal Reserve; an exhaustive study on the connection
Spring Break is near, which means a lot of travel expenses you won’t regret unless it puts you into debt. Here at The Credit Repairmen, we’re always thinking about finances in terms of three digits. Do you have the three digit score that lets lenders know you will be trustworthy? The three digit score that
Spring Break is not just about forgetting everything that happened the night before. It can be about spending quality time with your family. Unlike in college—where money is actively wasted—spending spring break with your family is about saving money. And that means working with a real budget. It Starts with Savings One of the quickest
For most college students, education is the only thing worth worrying about—everything else can wait. That’s just plain nonsense.     More than 70 percent of students with a bachelor’s degree end up borrowing an average of $29,400. Student loan debt has passed the $1 trillion mark, and $66 billion of that is coming from grandparents
Believe it or not, money laws go all the way back to Aristotle. The ancient Greek philosopher famously called moneylending “the birth of money from money.” Even the Bible says “love ye enemies, do good, and lend, hoping for nothing thereby.” Early in our collective history, moneylending was seen as a personal transaction; an act
There’s nothing wrong with online dating, but there’s a sad, dark business to online romance scams resulting in lots of lost consumer cash. According to FBI’s complaint center,  the bureau reported 15,000 romance scams, resulting in a combined $230 million in consumer losses.  Some of the reports involved soft scams, such as one partner asking the
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