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Forbes

More Debt, Less Stuff: The Millennial Spending Dilemma
Forbes
Most Millennials come into the workforce carrying a much heavier debt burden than past generations, thanks to the high cost of education. With a huge percentage of income being directed to student loans, Millennials are left with less of their paycheck ...



Washington Post

How we sent our children to college debt-free
Washington Post
My husband and I have been sneaking high fives because, come this fall, all three of our children will be in college. And here's the sweetest part: They're all going to school with no debt. We don't come from money. We didn't inherit cash because a ...
How to prepare as parents take on children's massive college debtWKYT

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New York Times

Imran Khan Takes Oath in Pakistan, a Nation Divided and in Debt
New York Times
Imran Khan, the former cricket star turned firebrand politician, was sworn in as Pakistan's prime minister on Saturday, taking control of a country facing a looming economic crisis as observers questioned whether he had the political acumen to govern a ...

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Los Angeles Times

When the path to the altar is littered with old debts
Los Angeles Times
Dear Liz: My fiancee has incurred a lot of medical debt during the course of our relationship. She works 13- to 14-hour days at two jobs so she can start saving for the wedding and our shared goals, which include buying her a car, sending me to grad ...



CNBC

Borrowers are flocking to a new type of 'clinic' for a clean bill of financial health
CNBC
When Lisa Mulhall raised her hand at the recent student debt clinic in Woodbury, New York, she had no idea that she was about to hear something that would change the rest of her life. The fifth-grade teacher, who is carrying around $30,000 in student ...



CNBC

Consumers are their own worst enemy when it comes to paying down debt
CNBC
U.S. consumers could probably get rid of their debt faster if they really wanted to. While American households dedicate about of a third of their budget to paying down debt, they also spend roughly that much on stuff they want versus what they need ...

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The Boston Globe

A debt-free college degree? It's possible
The Boston Globe
My husband and I were raised in low-income households. We're first-generation college graduates. But as important as college was in pushing us up economically, we felt strongly about avoiding student loans for our children. Debt is a cuss word in our ...



The Daily Tribune

Send kids to college debt-free
Sunbury Daily Item
My husband and I have been sneaking high fives because, come this fall, all three of our children will be in college. And, here's the sweetest part: They're all going to school with no debt. We don't come from money. We didn't inherit cash because a ...
Here's Another Reason Why So Many Students Are Graduating College With Mountains of DebtMotley Fool
Student debt remains a heavy burden for many college graduatesThe Daily Tribune
4 Reasons to Avoid Private Student LoansMotley Fool
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CNN

Colorado family struggled with debt before husband's arrest in wife and daughters' killings
CNN
(CNN) Chris and Shanann Watts detailed their life on social media. They shared photos of beach vacations to San Diego and screengrabs of lovey-dovey text messages. They gushed about their daughters and posted photos of the little girls' gap-toothed ...
Motive mystery: Family struggled with debt before husband arrested for killing pregnant wife, two daughtersfox13now.com
Husband arrested on murder charges in disappearance of pregnant wife, daughtersThe Denver Channel

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Fox Business

Americans continue to pile on debt
Fox Business
Americans were also more likely to accrue between $5,000 and $25,000 worth of debt than savings last year – with 33% having added an amount within that range to their debt levels versus 17 percent who saved. While 20 percent of people allocate half of ...


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