With a brand new PhD under her belt, our latest Mint audit recruit, Renee, is ready to take on the real world with gusto. The 34-year-old is eager to buy a home and ramp up her retirement savings. She currently lives in San Francisco and has just started a full-time earning $87,000 a year (before […]
Several years ago, a fellow college grad mentioned how she was over $100,000 in debt from school. It surprised me because I didn’t recall tuition being that expensive at our in-state college at the time. “Well, I used the money for my living expenses, too,” she explained. Then I remembered the studio apartment she rented […]
Imagine a day when a college degree takes just one year to complete. Tuition is free and, upon graduation, companies like Spotify and Lyft want to hire you. Discussing alternative ways to pay for college over on the Mint blog.
I stopped by CBS to discuss the latest NerdWallet study that finds Millennials facing a much later retirement.
This week, I help out Ken who asks: I have $25K in federal student loan debt with a 6.55% fixed interest rate. I am wondering if there are any good options for refinancing.
On this week’s Remake America, meet a couple with $175k in student loans and major trust issues. What advice would you give them?