Millennials Are Seeking Prenups—and It Might Just Be Worth Considering

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Cash-Out Refinance vs Home Equity Line of Credit

For most Americans buying a home is the biggest purchase they’ll ever make and the largest asset they’ll ever own. Houses are illiquid assets, meaning that in order for a homeowner to receive cash from the equity they have built they need to sell the home. This is why mortgage lenders have found creative ways to help borrowers tap into their home’s equity by either taking out a home equity line of credit (HELOC) or by completing a cash-out refinance of their current mortgage.

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Interview with Walmart pharmacist Ashley Holmes about refinancing student loans

Ask Your Pharmacist: Ashley Holmes on Balancing $120K Student Debt With Work & Family Life

In our latest SoFi member spotlight, we celebrate National Pharmacist Day with member Ashley Holmes, who explains how a teenage passion for chemistry led her to work as a Walmart pharmacist. After seven years of college, which left her with $120,000 of student loan debt, Ashley today successfully balances the professional demands of the only employer she’s ever known with the challenges of paying off her student loans, owning a home, and starting a family.

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Soft vs Hard Credit Inquiry: What You Need to Know

Did you know that a company can get your credit information with just your name, address, date of birth, and consent? A common misconception is that a social security number is needed.

Credit checks are an uncomfortable fact of adulthood. Everything from buying a home or car, renting an apartment, taking out a personal loan, applying to certain jobs and even having utilities turned on, can involve a credit check. Yet one of the confusing aspects of having good credit is that even as credit checks are becoming more common, having too many can lower your credit score.

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Signs of Expansion – Week of January 11, 2017

So far the world is living up to the hype of a post-election economic expansion. Economies are large, inertial systems and there is little doubt that the seeds of the current uptick in activity were laid several months ago. Regardless, the upward revisions in expected growth and inflation after the election of Donald Trump continue to be vindicated as the data fits the narrative. We are beginning to hear more about increased uncertainty surrounding Trump’s economic policies but our experience is that economic forecasters always view the world as “unusually” uncertain.

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What a Trump presidency means for student loans

What a Donald Trump Presidency Means for Student Loans

With the world’s longest election campaign season finally behind us, people across the country are trying to understand what a Donald Trump presidency means for them. If you’re one of the 40 million Americans with student loans, that means taking a closer look at President Trump’s statements about the runaway growth of college tuition and student loan debt, and his proposed plans to remedy the problems.

And if you missed our CEO Mike Cagney’s recent article in Business Insider discussing how the student loan industry will change this year, we recommend checking it out.

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