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On the Heels of Historically High Back-to-School Season, 2013 Spending Expectations Decrease

National Retail Foundation:  A combination of pent-up demand and a growing population of school children put 2012 back-to-school spending in the history books, leaving parents in 2013 with an array of school supplies that still work, and a significantly shorter shopping list. According to NRF’s 2013 Back-to-School Survey conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, families […]

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To Place Graduates, Law Schools Are Opening Firms

Posted in the New York Times today (3/7/13).  Interesting story by Ethan Bronner.  Recommend read for all potential law school students or grads.  Click the New York Times link to read the story.

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Save Hundreds Every Month On Your Student Debt Payments.

Whether you’re just looking to reduce payments on your burdensome student debts or are actually facing a financial hardship, the various forgiveness  programs are available to help you reduce your obligations after a certain number of “qualifying payments”.  There is a light at the end of the tunnel  for those people who will never be […]

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