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Summer is an opportune time to refocus on student loan repayment. Follow this 21-point game plan and you’ll be on track to pay off your student loans faster. Begin your assessment with these three questions: 1) Do I understand all…

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On Aug. 17, the Internal Revenue Service released a private letter ruling that could make it easier for employers to use their 401(k) plans to assist their employees who are repaying student loan debt. Over the last decade, student loan…

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LANCASTER, Pa. — On an overcast afternoon this month, a block party was in full swing, the hot dogs were going fast, and Chris Underhill, freshly graduated from high school, was savoring a new milestone: He had registered to vote…

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Many of today’s leaders are concerned about the preparedness, industriousness, seriousness and dedication of the millennial generation: those born between 1980 and 2000 (give or take a year or two in either direction). They should be concerned. After all, millennials…

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Anyone with a student loan knows what it’s like to be given the runaround by their loan-servicing company. It turns out that this may be more by design than you may have suspected. Lawsuits against one of the largest servicers…

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Whether the nation’s $1.5 trillion student-debt problem represents a crisis is a matter of debate among policy makers and experts. But ask regular voters what they think and the answer seems pretty clear. More than half of Republicans, 67% of…

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The first rule for improving the historically lackluster voting rate for millennials is to never, ever call them that. That’s just one of the many nuggets in a major new research project that NextGen America, one of billionaire Democratic donor…

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For years we heard about how terrible Millennials are for the American workforce. Research suggested they’re lazy, disloyal to their employers and desperate for handouts. Now it appears painting Millennials with one broad brushstroke isn’t quite accurate. A recent report…

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An increasing share of American millennials are living with mom and dad instead of starting their own homes, even as the economy has recovered since the great recession, according to a new analysis of federal data by the National Association…

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Young people are disappointed in the current political system, and they want to see change. According to a poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and MTV, individuals between the age of 15 and 34 are pessimistic…

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Millennial and Generation Z voters are now the new target of some top candidates running for office. They’re spending millions to reach them but will those young voters get to the polls? Candidates hope so, and candidates are fighting for…

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A 401(k) is the last thing on many young people’s minds. A record number of millennials are quitting their jobs, because they don’t want to be tied down. “It was just that work, commute, hangout with friends, and just do…

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