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

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Undergraduate vs. Graduate Student Loans: 6 Ways They Differ

Heading off to graduate school? You’re probably not a newbie at the financial aid process after your years as an undergraduate. You might even have a few things to say about the increase in graduate student loan borrowing and the $1.3 trillion in outstanding student debt that’s become a key 2016 presidential campaign issue.

However, it’s a mistake to assume that graduate student loans are the same as undergraduate loans. There are actually significant differences between the two, and knowing those differences can be the key to saving money on your grad school debt in the long run. Here are six key factors to consider when taking out graduate school loans.

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Choosing an MBA Program: The New Cost-Benefit Analysis

When it comes to choosing an MBA program, cost is only one consideration. For years, business schools, pundits and publishers of MBA rankings have urged that you should also weigh factors such as average class size, required test scores and placement rate when choosing where to apply. This advice still rings true, but it fails to convey a harsh reality.

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Move Over 401k – Make Room for the Hottest Employee Benefit Today

Employers competing for talent in a hot job market have a new tool in their arsenal: student loan repayment support.

To the delight of many job hunters, a growing number of companies now offer some form of assistance with student loan debt alongside more traditional HR benefits like 401(k) plans and health insurance. And it makes sense – with the average debt for recent undergrads and graduates estimated at about $35,000 and $58,000, respectively, who has money left over to fund a 401(k)?

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