Managing Your Moolah
Feb 09, 2012 by Michael Murphy | 0 Comments
Merriam-Webster defines bankruptcy as "utter failure or impoverishment." To me, utter failure is just a harsh and simple way of saying that a person has undergone a series of events so unfortunate (or strung together a series of decisions so poor) that the only remaining option is to quit and ... [More]
Dec 14, 2011 by Michael Murphy | 0 Comments
November is gone. The smells of turkey and stuffing have finally faded from our kitchens. The last of the rotting leftovers have been cleared from the bottom shelf of the refrigerator. Orange and brown decorations have been quickly replaced by green and red.
All these signs point to one ... [More]
Nov 09, 2011 by Michael Murphy | 2 Comments
During a visit to the University of Colorado, Denver campus a few weeks ago, President Obama announced a new student loan relief plan. By way of executive order, the President plans to implement a program aimed at reducing the burden of student loans for students across the country. A recent ... [More]
Oct 26, 2011 by Joel Laos | 0 Comments
President Barack Obama is taking steps to ease the burden of student loans, the White House said on Tuesday, potentially helping millions of cash-strapped college graduates in a tough economy.
Obama plans to accelerate a plan to cap student loan payments at 10 percent of income, bringing it ... [More]
Sep 29, 2011 by Michael Murphy | 0 Comments
As we were slaving away in the Financial Aid Office today, we came across a new scholarship opportunity. Education-Portal.com is offering up to $25,000 and it's one of the easiest scholarships you'll ever apply for! Here's an excerpt from their website about the award:
"Because tuition shouldn't ... [More]