How Do New Grads Feel About Their Student Loans Right Now?

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This month, many students will graduate from college. Congrats, class of 2014! To celebrate, Mike and Brigit covered many of the financial decisions you may face for your big day. (Shane was right—a party probably would have been a better gift.)

However, the SALT™ Blog remains practical, and as such, we know that as much as graduation is a time to look back, it’s also a time to look forward. And once commencement ends, many new grads will look forward to one big expense: student loans.…

Where Do Your Spring Break Plans Fall In The “Five Stages Of Grief”?

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I didn’t realize it, but apparently, spring break is just around the corner.

I blame my forgetfulness on a couple things: the chilly weather outside and the chilling realization that corporate life has made time off between January and June foreign to me. (No paid holidays between Martin Luther King Day and Memorial Day; this is the true “winter,” my friends.)

To get over my grief, I checked out how others plan to spend their breaks. And, of course, there’s no better place to do this research than Twitter.…