Tag: retirement

Tips On Paying Off Student Debt While Saving For Retirement

Posted on May 17th, 2017

Student debt continues to be a major issue for college students and graduates in the U.S.

U.S. total student debt is now over $1.4 trillion, and the average debt for a college graduate in 2016 was $37,000. And 44 million Americans now have student debt to their name.

The video below gives tips on how student loan borrowers can avoid falling behind on their payments. It also explains why millennials should be saving for retirement even if they have student debt.

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Stay healthy, millennials. Retirement’s a long way away.

Posted on November 4th, 2013

"The challenge of college debt is unique to millennials. The decline of pension plans, the uncertainty surrounding social security and the college debt epidemic have placed the onus on graduates to make conscious, forward-thinking decisions about their retirement." -- NerdWallet

Millennials: have the stresses of work life got you looking forward to retiring on a beach somewhere? You’re going to be waiting a while. How student loans affect retirement A new report from financial website NerdWallet says student loan debt could push the average retirement age to 73. That’s 12 years later than the current […]

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