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How to Write a Recommendation Letter That Gets Results

How to Write a Recommendation Letter That Gets Results

Learn how to write a recommendation letter. It not only benefits the recipient, it makes you look good, too!

When Is the FAFSA Deadline and What Are the Application Requirements?

When Is the FAFSA Deadline and What Are the Application Requirements?

The FAFSA deadline for the 2017-18 school year is on June 30, 2018. But there is much more you need to know if you're preparing to submit your application soon.

60 Seconds: Best (Financial!) Gifts for Grads

60 Seconds: Best (Financial!) Gifts for Grads

Caps and gowns abound this time of year. But before you buy another cheesy "You Did It!" statue for your favorite graduates, take 60 seconds and watch this video for some gifts that can set them up financially.

JPM's Head of North America M&A Wants to Super-Charge M&A and Hire More Women

JPM's Head of North America M&A Wants to Super-Charge M&A and Hire More Women

Listen to Anu Aiyengar talk trends in M&A and how she's activley recruiting more women to the firm.

Seven Common Financial Regrets You Want to Avoid

Seven Common Financial Regrets You Want to Avoid

People who carry big financial regrets carry a big burden. It could be a burden they never completely see go away.

How to Get a Mortgage Even If You Have 'Crippling' Student Loan Debt

How to Get a Mortgage Even If You Have 'Crippling' Student Loan Debt

Getting approved for a mortgage loan with high student loan debt is a doable task, but it takes some careful planning and a healthy dose of creativity.

How to Help the Kids Pay For College While Still Saving for Your Own Retirement

How to Help the Kids Pay For College While Still Saving for Your Own Retirement

Nearly 40% of parents say they've considered borrowing from retirement savings to help pay for college expenses. Here's how to avoid that fate.

What Infrastructure Does the U.S. Really Need?

What Infrastructure Does the U.S. Really Need?

Democrats have proposed their own version of an infrastructure bill. But America needs a 21st Century perspective on what to build.

March Madness Should Make You Reconsider Your College Savings

March Madness Should Make You Reconsider Your College Savings

The NCAA tournament is a month-long reminder that the time to pay for college is just around the corner. Here's your game plan.

Will You Make More Money With a Certificate or a Degree?

Will You Make More Money With a Certificate or a Degree?

An increasing number of universities are now offering certificate graduate programs where you can show your mastery of a particular business skill, or use toward earning a full degree.