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Deferral on Student Loan Payments Extended To December 31, 2020

Payments on federal student loans held by the Department of Education have been deferred until December 31, 2020. The memorandum also includes federal borrowers not having to pay interest during the extended deferment period.

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What Exactly Does “Person X’s Net Worth is $$$” Mean?

Many of us catch the Forbes list every year, where we see people like Rihanna's net worth listed at $600 million or Dwayne Johnson net worth listed at $280 million. More recently, Forbes reported that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos net worth is at $181 billion

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Millennials Are Experiencing Financial Burnout. Here's Why.

Millennials, ages 24 to 39, are experiencing extreme burnout, which can manifest in various forms like anxiety and depression. The number one cause of this burnout is money.

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Part III (Unable to make payments)- Temporary Federal Student Loan Relief (COVID-19 Response)

by Cynthia Walker
Part II (Taking advantage of no interest)-Temporary Federal Student Loan Relief (COVID-19 Response)

by Cynthia Walker
Part I (Eligibility): Temporary Federal Student Loan Relief (COVID-19 Response)

On March 13, 2020, the president announced that interest would be waived on all federally held student loans.

by Cynthia Walker
Riding the COVID-19 Financial Rollercoaster: 4 Critical Safety Rules

by Kimberley Wren
Can Student Loans Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

Can student loans be discharged in bankruptcy? The short answer is yes, but it is not easy to do so.

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4 Music Artists Who Dealt With Student Loans

Student loans are no joke and can be stressful. But you aren't alone. Some of our favorite music artists were also stressed about student loans before making it big.

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Let's talk about it! What is the biggest financial mistake you've made?

At our in-person gatherings, we like to have uncomfortable talks in comfortable settings. The talks allow others to see they are not alone in making money mistakes.

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The 50-30-20 Budget Rule

by Nailah Herbert
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