How I Graduated Debt-Free from College

by Andrew Schreiber 10. July 2012
Our college years can be some of the best years of our lives, and of course we all know the educational benefits, but many of us do not think about the long term financial effects. That future bill left to be paid can be extremely alarming. According to Consumer Reports, the average debt outstanding for 2011 graduates is almost $23,000; however, we’ve all heard horror stories about people who have accrued well over $100,000 of debt by the time they’ve graduated. This is a scar... [More]

Paying for College through Friends and Family

by Admin 29. July 2008
I just read online that two major colleges increased their Fall 2008 tuition by almost 10%. For many of us, paying for college is a struggle, especially in the midst of shaky economic times. Some options are financial aid and government loans, borrowing from family, or if you are like me, going into some major credit card debt; I highly recommend not using the last option…trust me. Looking further into possible options I Stumbled Upon – pun intended – Fynanz.com. New York b... [More]


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