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Top 5 Mistakes Millennials Make with Student Loans

Top 5 Mistakes Millennials Make with Student Loans By Nick Demeester GreenPath Student Loan Counseling Manager If you are a recent graduate or young professional, you may have significant student loan debt. You might be overwhelmed with the idea of … Continue reading

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College Students and Credit Cards: High Balances or High Interest Rates?

College students and credit cards: High balances or high interest rates? by Andrew Johnson GreenPath communications Recently, we asked a few of our GreenPath personal finance counselors if they have worked with college students who had large amounts of credit … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Save on Wedding and Graduation Gifts this Summer

By Kathryn Bossler GreenPath Counselor Detroit Office June signals the start of high school graduation parties and the summer wedding season. Be sure to plan ahead for such expenses. GreenPath counselor Kathryn Bossler has put together a few tips on … Continue reading

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Going to college? Learn about loans through the Office of Federal Student Aid

Colleges will soon start sending out acceptance letters and financial aid packages to eager high school seniors. Shortly thereafter, parents and guardians may start to experience some anxiety as to how they are going to finance that college education. A … Continue reading

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