How severe is student loan debt condition in our nation

Student Loan Debt

This week Patricia Sanders, a freelance financial writer offered to contribute a story about the student loan debt load problem.

How severe is student loan debt condition in our nation

Decades ago, college education cost was affordable for most of the students in our nation, but now the situation has changed. Presently, completing higher education is a matter of huge financial cost and next to impossible without taking out student loans.

As per recent data on student debt, almost 69% students, who completed graduation from public and non-profit colleges in 2014, have  student loan debt. The debt amount was an average of $28,950 per borrower. From 2004 – 2014 the percentage of graduates with debt remain 65%-69%, but the average debt burden at the time of graduation has increased significantly. read more

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10 Years and Counting: Points to Consider as You Approach Retirement

Retirement Readiness

I’m away this week, but this is a great article on retirement readiness that the folks at Broadridge Investor Communications have prepared. Please enjoy!

10 Years and Counting: Points to Consider as You Approach Retirement

If you’re a decade or so away from retirement, you’ve probably spent at least some time thinking about this major life change. How will you manage the transition? Will you travel, take up a new sport or hobby, or spend more time with friends and family? Should you consider relocating? Will you continue to work in some capacity? Will changes in your income sources affect your standard of living? read more

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5 Good Financial Lifetime Decisions

Financial Decision Making
Financial Decision Making

5 Good Financial Lifetime Decisions

I help a lot of clients with their financial decision making. In some cases, clients need to save money on taxes and in other cases they want to know how to pay for college educations or how to have more money to spend in retirement. However old you are, the financial decisions you make affect your future. A lifetime of good financial decisions will improve your chances of fulfilling your goals and meeting your family obligations. Here are 5 decisions that will put you on the road to financial success! read more

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