7 Things To Never Say When Requesting a Raise

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Student Loan APR vs. Interest Rate: 5 Essential FAQs

Got student loans? We’ve got you covered with our Student Loan Smarts blog series. Our expert tips and hacks will help you save money, pay off loans sooner, and stress less about student loan debt. Read the other posts in the series to get all the info you need to make intelligent decisions about your student loans.

Pop quiz: What’s the difference between student loan APR and student loan interest rate?

If you don’t know the answer, that’s completely understandable. It’s not information you need every day, but it will come in handy when applying for or refinancing student loans. Both terms impact how much money you’ll spend on total interest, so they should factor into your decision when comparing loans and lenders.

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Achieving Financial Intimacy: How This Couple Found Chemistry and Are Eliminating $130K in Student Debt Together

Discussing finances with your life partner can easily stir emotions, especially when autonomy is thought to be threatened or when one partner makes significantly more money than the other. Financial conversations require finesse and, of course, respect and understanding. And because emotions surrounding money are often tied to fear and can illicit strong reactions, those important conversations are sometimes avoided.

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The Fed Sends a Clear Signal – Week of Oct. 17, 2016

Stock prices fell last week in the face of rising interest rates and mixed economic data. The 10-year Treasury yield reached its highest level since early June as the market-derived probability of a Fed hike in December rose. Rising yields pushed the dollar higher against most other currencies, hurting returns in international and emerging market equities. We see bond yields leveling out in the coming weeks and remain constructive on U.S. growth.

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Tips when asking for a raise

7 Things To Never Say When Requesting a Raise

Working for years without a pay increase can become a struggle and cause stress, especially as the cost of living continues to rise. Whether you’ve been making the same salary for 12 months or for more than a decade, having the money conversation with your boss can be awkward. But when increases don’t come when needed, your only recourse is to ask for them.

Before you have the conversation, though, it’s not only important to arm yourself with all of the right things to say, but also to learn what not to say. Bob Park, Head of Career Strategy & Professional Development at SoFi, has a few tips on language to avoid when asking for a raise.

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