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With college tuition rising, the leader of the nation’s No. 2 source of private student loans talks college affordability, the industry, and solutions. Continue reading

One of the most trying times in Wells Fargo Bank’s history was perhaps just after Isaias Hellman took over, when the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire leveled thousands of San Francisco buildings. In the era before electronic records, paper … Continue reading

Every year, at about this time, I do some spring cleaning — both of my home and my finances. I won’t bore you of the details of cleaning out my garage, but I will tell you that where my money … Continue reading

I am the mother of two young boys who love nothing more than to spend hours upon hours exploring the outdoors, and I believe it’s their most exciting …

The past six months have been painful. They have been frustrating. But they have not been down. As we mentioned in an earlier blog, the S&P 500 Index actually has traded in a very narrow band since the beginning of … Continue reading

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Your student’s senior year can fly by in a blink. With all the work there is to be done, it would be easy to focus solely on the to-do list, and put fun aside. But considering this may be your … Continue reading

Over a recent weekend, I had the chance to spend time with my college roommates. It is hard to believe that we all came together as a close knit unit over 25 years ago. We spent the weekend reminiscing about … Continue reading