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    College Talk

    How to get your degree without all the debt. Article courtesy of Member One Federal Credit Union American college grads now collectively owe about $1.5 trillion in student loans—and nearly two-thirds of that debt is held by women. While it’s true that more women than men are now attending college, on a student-per-student basis, women are borrowing more than men—and may face a harder time paying that debt off, given the gender wage gap that continues to exist. College can still be a good investment in your future, but the less borrowed the better. Here’s what you, or the college-bound young woman in your life, can do to help minimize…

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    Save Smarter

    Four Reasons to Buddy Up with a Credit Card Combined with responsible spending, these tips could help improve your financial wellness. Presented by Member One Federal Credit Union High-interest rates, nasty fees, or the inability to pay back debt—all can leave you feeling glum when it comes to credit cards. Cheer up! Credit cards don’t have to be your worst financial enemy. If you educate yourself, you’ll discover how befriending your credit card, while spending responsibly, could actually benefit your overall financial health.  Build and/or improve your credit. Are you planning to get a loan for a car or a home? That loan will depend on your credit score. By using a…