Author: David Wolinsky

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How college financial aid works

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It doesn’t matter whether you’re the student or the parents wading through college application and tuition figures: Going to college is a huge life decision, almost …

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How do home improvement loans work?

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Creating a dream home on a budget can be tricky. On one hand, renovating a home can be one of the most efficient ways to grow …

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A guide to law school scholarships

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So, you’ve been accepted to law school — congrats! You’re well on your way to embarking on a career that could help you fight for others’ …

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What is a good 401(k) expense ratio?

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The expense ratio of a 401(k) plan is the amount an investment company charges investors for managing the fund. A total of administrative fees for the …

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4 tips for repaying federal student loans

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Even though common sense might suggest that repaying any loan should be straightforward—that all you have to do is send money until you don’t owe any …

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Top 5 Social Security myths

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While “it’ll figure itself out” might be a popular mindset when thinking about future Social Security benefits, particularly if you’re still relatively young, you don’t have …