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  • Photo of The Nightmare of the Night After Graduation

    The Nightmare of the Night After Graduation

    The day of graduation is usually one spent with joy, pride, and fun. Completing college is a momentous task, and you deserve to spend a day enjoying all of that. The Night After Graduation is one where reality begins to sink in. Here you stand with student loan debt and no income, and the bills keep coming. Here’s the costs…

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  • Photo of The Hidden Burden of Sales Taxes

    The Hidden Burden of Sales Taxes

    Imagine that you’re in line at the grocery store. As the cashier rings up the other customers’ items, their total payment and sales taxes show up on the register. Meanwhile, when it is your turn, the checkout employee deducts your taxes or refunds you the amount in cash. If you happen to live in one of the states with no…

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  • Photo of 10 Things to do When You Retire

    10 Things to do When You Retire

    For some people, feelings of loss, apprehension, and excitement might come with retirement. You’ve spent decades working a majority of the week and now you have tons of free time – how are you going to spend it? You might feel bewildered and wonder what you’re going to do with so much time on your hands! Once you transition into…

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  • Photo of Financially Preparing for Your First Apartment

    Financially Preparing for Your First Apartment

    Getting your first apartment is absolutely exciting. It's a time where you get to envision your fresh start, your decorations and style coming to life, and a sense of freedom. However, it does come with a lot of financial burden. Of course you know that you're going to have to pay rent, but there are quite a few other expenses…

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  • Photo of Retirement: Which State Should You Move To?

    Retirement: Which State Should You Move To?

    Every year, a large number of retirees move to another state. During 2018, almost half of them (43%) relocated to New Mexico. After that, Florida (39%) and Arizona (37%) are the second and third most popular destinations, respectively. Snowier locations, such as Idaho and Vermont, are also amongst the ten best states to retire in (or at least according to…

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