Amnesia Is Cute When It’s About Your Wife, Not Your Student Loans [VIDEO]

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Here at the SALT™ Blog, we’re big fans of student loan information and post-anesthesia videos—especially when we get to combine the two.

Well, this post-surgery “amnesia” sufferer lets us dabble in this unique mixture again. So even if the video may be a hoax, the opportunity it provides still leaves me feeling like I’ve hit the jackpot.…

4 Reasons Why Transferring As “Undecided” Is A Bad Idea

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Are you a community college student who hasn’t declared a major yet (or you’ve declared a general major such as liberal arts or general studies)? Well, if you’re thinking of transferring as an undecided or general major, think again.

Not only will transferring with no major or a general major hurt your chances of admission into certain schools, but it can also cost you more money. Here are four reasons why transferring as an undecided major is a bad idea.…

Why You Need To Run Your Finances Like A Business

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In an age where creating a “personal brand” is ubiquitous career advice, thinking of your life in the context of a company isn’t a big stretch.

You might think I’m hitting the MBA books too hard, but the more business case studies I read, the more I see the resemblance between personal finance and a corporate finance. In fact, think of yourself as chief financial officer of your bank accounts and act accordingly. Here’s why.…

4 Lessons From My Summer Of Unemployment

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I graduated from college 4 full months ago, and the calendar has officially flipped to fall. For the very first autumn of my life, I won’t be heading back to classes of any kind.

I spent the entire summer looking for full-time employment. If my handy job-searching spreadsheet is accurate (which it should be, because if I’m nerdy enough to voluntarily make an Excel spreadsheet, I should make it accurately), I’ve applied for or inquired about 39 different positions in that time.…