Articles tagged 'early'

Early Planning May Help Prevent Excessive College Debt

September 12, 2014 - Christen - 0 comments

Today’s graduates seem to be leaving college with more than just a degree and life experiences — many are leaving with astronomical tuition debt and very few resources with which to pay them off. I recently read an article in the New York Times that discussed the levels of debt being faced by several college students. The article cites a study conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reporting that for all borrowers, the average debt in 2011 was $23,300, with 10 percent of borrowers owing more than $54,000 and 3 percent owing more than $100,000.

Retirement: It’s Not Too Early to Plan

May 23, 2014 - Barbara H - 0 comments

Often, young workers think, “Retirement? I’m much too young to think about that …”

Getting a Foot in the Door Might Require Lots of Baby Steps

March 29, 2012 - Kristin - 0 comments

A tough economy affects everyone, and high unemployment increases the competition for workers at all levels looking to land a job. But what about those of us at the earlier end of our careers, who may not have many years of experience or well-connected past or present colleagues to help us?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

January 11, 2011 - LaVonda - 1 comment

To many this question is only the name of a popular television game show, but for others it is a retirement goal. If it’s your goal, I’ll bet you’ve wondered just how to get there.