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My parents refuse to sign up for financial aid, because of certain information required, is there any alternative way around this or special circumstantial exceptions?

I'm asking this question because my parents refuse to give me their information and they fail to see how FASFA could be a great help when it comes to financial educational needs. #financial-aid...

#personal-finance

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Active Mar 21 at 09:05

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Posted by Akilah F.
Carlos B | Senior Analyst at Dell EMC Hi Akilah, Since you need to apply for FAFSA each year, ...

how can students be more informed and educated on financial literacy?

many students of today are facing financial obstacles considering that they have bad credit,which comes from mistakes of credit card use,student loans,and financially...

#personal-finance

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Active Oct 03 '17 at 08:38

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Posted by lvictor T.
Christopher Himberger | Experienced Associate at PwC My best advice is to read, read, read. Google search your ...

How do I balance spending and saving?

My instinct is to spend only what I have to, then spend the rest on luxuries. What are some strategies for developing healthy financial practices? #college-advice #personal-finance...

#savings

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Active yesterday

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Posted by Zachary H.
Jacob Schwarber | Assurance Associate Hi, Zachary,Johannes gave you a good overview on how you should ...

How good is it to pay back student loans while still in college?

Wanted to know if it was a good idea to start paying back student debt while still in school or should I wait until I finish? #debt #student-loans #personal-finance #financial-planning #student-loans...

#college

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Active Mar 07 at 10:12

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Posted by Devetra C.
Johannes Myers | Senior Financial Analyst That depends on the type of loan(s). Subsidized loans are loans ...

Is it worth it to take out a student loan?

I want to make sure that taking out a loan is a good idea. If I don't get a job right out of college, it will be hard to pay back any student loans, and I'm not guaranteed a job out of college. Is it a good idea to take out a student loan, or should I try to find a less costly option of getting...

#personal-finance #loans #studentloans #financial-planning

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Active Jan 30 at 06:01

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Posted by Isaac H.
amulya KS | --Dell Hi, I am a professional who work for Dell. I also ...

Is going to a four year college right out of high school a waste of money.... or the best decision you have ever made?

I want to know if I am making smart and worthwhile decisions about my future. #future #scholarships #college-advice #financial-planning...

#personal-finance

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Active Nov 10 '17 at 13:54

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Posted by Savannah V.
Dylan St. John | Experienced Associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers Hi Savannah, This is a great question and top of mind ...

Is my dream school for graduate education worth the debt? Will it be worth it for my future career?

After I complete my undergraduate school at Georgia Tech, my dream is to attend the University of Southern California for graduate school and earn my Masters in Economics. This school is extremely expensive and will leave me in debt. #graduate-school #economics #debt...

#personal-finance

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Rachel S.
Carlos B | Senior Analyst at Dell EMC To determine the value of an educational investment, you'll need to ...

Why is college so expensive now compared to when my parents attended college?

Because I'm frustrated that college will put me in a ton of debt. #college #student-loans #debt...

#personal-finance

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Tyler R.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Tyler, Thanks for the question. There are many reasons and ...

I am interest in electrical engineering, but I also like finance/money-related topics. Any advice on these two careers?

I want to go to college with a major that will help me secure a job in the future while enjoying my work. I am currently deciding between engineering and finance. #technology #finance #personal-finance #electrical-engineering #engineering #money-management #investment...

#career

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Active Feb 19 at 09:52

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Posted by Aaron G.
Vardan Mkrtchyan | Manager Sales Operations-Indirect Channel and National Retail Both are very fine careers with broad possibilities. Personally I have ...

What is the difference between a subsidized and an un-subsidized loan?

I'm trying to be smart about paying for college. I don't want to be in debt when I'm thirty. #scholarships #student-loans #money-management #debt...

#personal-finance

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Active Feb 19 at 08:25

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Posted by Michaela B.
Kathy Wildman | Internal Audit Lead at Fannie Mae Great question, and yes, why be in debt if you do ...

What are good ways to save/make money?

I know we all have a hard time with money and school and bills. Does anyone have some good advice on how to save and then continue to save. I have had a savings account for a good year now and it just seems like I am not making enough money to even put money in my savings account. and how do...

#money-management #saving #personal-finance #financial-planning #expenses #job #college #money

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Active Feb 15 at 14:53

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Posted by Austin V.
Mukhlis Aziz Chawla | Business Analyst at Dell Online free lancing for skills that you have is a good ...

Are unpaid internships worth it?

I'm currently a full time student working at a part time job. I'm currently looking for an internship to work in the public health field, but I noticed that most of them are unpaid and demand a significant amount of dedication. I understand that internships are extremely important for career...

#money-management #personal-finance #career-counseling #problem-solving #publichealth #internships

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Active Dec 04 '17 at 20:52

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Posted by Cecilia P.
Dhairya Dalal | NLP and Machine Learning @ Talla Hi Cecilia, Great question. I empathize, I also worked while I ...

I completed CPA(Certified Public Accountancy) 4 years back, before that I was working in a Public accounting firm. So I have the CPA license and work expereince also but for past 4 years didn't work coz of Visa requirements.how to go back to work now

I am a CPA and a mom of two kids. I have work experience and CPA education and license but its a few years that I didn't work. Now, my question is that should I think of getting back to work through H & R block tax course in Sep2015. If I do that what are my job prospects gonna be after...

#personal-finance #recruiter #taxes #accountant #cpa #accounting

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Active Oct 27 '17 at 15:32

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Posted by Aditi G.
Jenny Hill, CPLP, CTDP | Training Program Manager With your qualifications and experience, it sounds like your prospects should ...

How do you invest?

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Active Oct 16 '17 at 19:50

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Posted by casey P.
Dhairya Dalal | NLP and Machine Learning @ Talla Good question! This is a space that's rather new for me. ...

Is it better to go into debt to go to an Ivy League or go to a UC and have a comparatively smaller debt level?

Hi! My name is Anina and I'm a high school senior interning at CareerVillage. I'm facing this decision currently for Brown University vs. UCSD for Computational Biology. Most of my family and friends want me to go to Brown, but my best friend pointed out that tuition for four years at UCSD is...

#finance #money #college #ucsd #personal-finance #computer-science #brown-university

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:15

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Posted by Anina H.
Christopher Picerni | Vice President, Portfolio Management It all depends on your goals after college and what you ...

Where can I find a list of scholarships and grants along with a description of their application processes?

College application season is here, and seniors all over the country are looking for scholarships and grants to help reduce the cost of attendance. This young lady from Houston is hoping to win some scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year. #college #scholarships #college-applications #debt...

#personal-finance #grants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Posted by Student Voices by CV ..
Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach Hi there. Go to your local library where they have books ...

Money problems

What should one do if we do not have the funds to go to a good college? Would a loan be worth the debt? #college #money #student-loans #debt #personal-finance...

#economy

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Kevin M.
Eric Leung | Credit Analyst at Barclays Whether your college debts are worth it will be based on ...

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