- I understand if you don’t yet trust me for student loan information (I did compare student loan forbearance to “Charlie bit my finger again,” after all). But maybe you’ll listen to the guy on the right when he talks about watching out for college loans. I mean, you must be at least a little money savvy to run the federal reserve, right?
- Wondering what Amanda Abella does when she’s not contributing content to SALT? Quite a bit, actually.
- Business Insider lists the 40 highest-paying jobs you can get without a bachelor’s degree. It’s a gallery, so I’ll save you from having to flip through all of them: The top honor belongs to tin pushers. (And they’re hopefully better at it than this guy.)
- The New Yorker details some odd jobs at this year’s Olympic games, including this woman. As you would expect, their observations are painfully droll.
- The Huffington Post reports that consumer borrowing rose by $6.5 billion between May and June, with a big gain in auto and student loans (+$10.2 billion) making up for a loss in credit card debt (-$3.7 billion).
- If you didn’t get enough consolidation talk from our own Evelyn Ngugi last week, check out this article from Fox Business. As a bonus, it name-drops my boss (American Student Assistance) and our resident loan expert Betsy Mayotte.
What money-related news caught your interest today? Let us know in the comments.