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cbsnews.com — (MoneyWatch) Roughly two-thirds of students who graduated with a bachelor's degree this year must now start paying off their student loans. Six months after graduating, students are expected to start paying off their student loans. Here are six steps that college grads can take to whittle down their college debt balances: 1.
thefiscaltimes.com — As the president's Affordable Care Act begins to kick in, many law firms, accountants and tax preparers like H&R Block are cashing in by expanding their services and assistance to businesses and individuals struggling to understand and cope with the new law and all its mandates, taxes and subsidies.
abcnews.go.com — Cars are about to get more expensive. And it's going to save you money. Yes, it sounds loony, but I believe it, because Consumer Reports says so. This is not a group of people prone to hyperbole, and frankly, that gives them credibility. Take their product ratings.
usatoday.com — Too many couples do not prepare psychologically for retirement, experts say. (Photo: Getty Images) Author and former financial planner Frank Maselli tells a story of a man who retired and went home to spend his days with his wife. It didn't take long for him to become a major intrusion in his wife's world.
money.cnn.com — The growth in total costs for health care services is typically used by insurers to set insurance premiums. Total costs for health care services, including everything from doctor visits and prescription drugs to surgeries,are expected to rise 6.5% in 2014, when the Affordable Care Act fully kicks in, according to a report released Tuesday.
thefiscaltimes.com — Photo: iStockphoto/The Fiscal Times College students are not investing sufficient time in getting a job--one reason many struggle to find employment after graduation. This assertion is based on a recent survey of 200 students by Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research firm, and StudentAdvisor.com - two organizations that study the second largest demographic group in the country.
nytimes.com — BASSETT, Neb. - Isolation comes with the territory in the Sandhills of Nebraska, where grassy dunes laced with wet meadows undulate above the Ogallala Aquifer, and the thinning towns are few and far between. In the four years since he settled here, Prescott Frost has found himself set apart more than most.
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