Monthly Archives: January 2013

Are You Ready for Some Football?

There are so many questions going into this year’s big game on Sunday, February 3rd in New Orleans – how will little brother Jim Harbaugh fare against big brother John Harbaugh in the coaching battle (aka the “Harbowl”)? Will the… Continue reading

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Get your questions ready!

Are you considering or planning on enrolling in college this fall? Do you have questions on how to pay for college? Do you have questions on how to apply for financial aid? Do you need help completing the financial aid… Continue reading

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How are your resolutions working out?

Coincidentally, my resolution is to become more fit as the statement above implies in the phrase “working out”. (A coincidence? I think not!) This is my year! That is my slogan for 2013 and really, when I think about it,… Continue reading

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Congratulations, you got the interview! Now what?

You’ve just spent the last several months updating your resume, refining your cover letter, networking with industry contacts, and recruiting for your summer internship (or full-time position). All that work has paid off and you’ve been invited to interview –… Continue reading

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Financial aid tools to keep at your fingertips

The next few months will be the heart of college planning for many high school seniors. It’s when you complete the FAFSA, receive your award letter and make your decisions about financial aid, including student loans. Because it’s a busy… Continue reading

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Living your life confined to the inside of a coffee mug can be harmful to your wallet

Do you know how much your latte costs over the course of a year? If you spend $3.50 a day 6 days a week to include study time, you spend $84.00/month. Per year, that adds up to $1,008! What do… Continue reading

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Tips on paying for college

If you’re a high school student or parent who’s just starting to look into college financing you probably have questions about your options for financing, and how much you may need to borrow. You can get answers to these questions… Continue reading

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