Monthly Archives: December 2009

A winter wonderful break

Another semester bites the dust, folks! After all the hard work you’ve put into classes and activities on campus you get a few weeks to relax. Feel free to press snooze as many times as you like. Heck, don’t even… Continue reading

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Tell us about your grad school experience

As a graduate student, you have the opportunity to borrow significantly more funds per year to cover your expenses than you did as an undergraduate student. Are you finding that you need to borrow the full amount of federal… Continue reading

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A chance to win money for college

Senior year is all about planning and saving for college. And part of your planning process should include a scholarship search. One easy way to get started is to enroll in the Wells Fargo CollegeSTEPS® Program & CollegeSTEPS Scholarship Sweepstakes1…. Continue reading

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Living in a virtual world

Lately, I’ve been spending quite a bit of time in a different world: Wells Fargo’s online virtual world, Stagecoach Island. My online persona, Babsy, has been helping develop some new features for the island community. The last time I was… Continue reading

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Underscoring financial responsibility

As someone who works in the student loan world, I spend a portion of my morning catching up on the latest headlines. A lot of times I’ll see stories about students who’ve overextended themselves borrowing or who are unaware of… Continue reading

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Managing joint finances

As my year of the wedding is coming to a close (only to be followed by the year of the engagement, it seems), I’ve been thinking a lot about marriage and finances. Money has the potential to put a lot… Continue reading

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