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How to have a life after college and repay your student loans

Student Loan ImageBy Keith Klein

Getting started on your own post-college is a turning point in many students’ lives. Big decisions like choosing a career and where to live loom large. For those who have taken on debt, student loan repayment begins approximately 2 months after graduation (though lenders differ in this requirement), and repayment may add even more stress. There are some simple things that you should do to get yourself off on the right footing after college.

6 Tips to Help Jump Start Your Investment Process

calculator_cropped.jpgby Keith Klein

Now that you have set up your budget and family or personal spending plan, it is time to decide what to do with the short term and long term savings that you have created.

Deciding how to best to save your money and what investments will work for you is a difficult process, especially since all investments involve some sort of risk: whether it’s market risk, interest risk, inflation risk liquidity risk, or tax risk.

The 5 Plus 2 Steps for Planning a Great Retirement

Financial Literacy Education in our Schools: Good or Not Good Enough?

Piggy Bank Books

 

by Keith Klein

 

In a recent article on TheAtlantic.com, author Moises Naim wrote about three financial literacy education questions:

 

Should You Aim for Debt Free Living in Retirement?

Credit Card

By Keith Klein

Dealing With Debt

 

In an article for Kiplinger’s Retirement Report last year, Eleanor Laise offers some sobering statistics on retirees and near-retirees and how they are dealing with debt.

Getting Started After College: Student Loan Repayment

Student Loans Artby Keith Klein

 

Getting started on your own post-college is a turning point in many students’ lives.  Big decisions like choosing a career and a city to inhabit loom large.  For those who have taken on debt, Student Loan Repayment begins approximately 2 months after graduation (though lenders differ in this requirement), and repayment may add even more stress.  There are some simple things that you should do to get yourself off on the right footing after college.

The Top 5 Finance Lessons for your Teen

Planning a Family – What to Save for Right Now

couple.jpgby Keith Klein

 

The decision to go forward with your plans to start a family is a joyous one, but it can also lead to increased stress especially if your financial house has not been child-proofed. Considering that, on average, the cost of raising a child now exceeds $300,000, there’s little margin for error for most young families that have other important financial goals to achieve. There’s no reason why you should get caught off guard or caught in cash crunch as long as you plan ahead. The following family planning checklist contains what is deemed by most new parents as being the most essential steps in preparing for a new arrival:

Growing Your Financial Portfolio: Are You Gluten-Free Investing?

Gluten-free-investing.jpgby Keith Klein and Kimberly Rotter

 

Gluten is a protein found in grains. It is responsible for the elastic texture of bread, allows the bread to rise and gives it shape. Many of us look for ways to make our daily habits healthier. Those with sensitivity to or intolerance of gluten simply remove it from their diet.

You can’t take the gluten out of your financial plan.

3 Who Bounced Back from Bankruptcy to Millionaires

highlow.gifby Keith Klein and Erica Sandberg

 

Bouncing back after a bankruptcy may not be easy but it can be done. The most prosperous of the rebounders analyze their past shortcomings, chart a better route, then march full force into the future.

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