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Monthly Market Insights: June 2024

Stocks rose in May as investors cheered upbeat Q1 corporate reports and signs that the economy was still strong while not overheating.
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Bridging the College Funding Gap

One of the questions many families have is “how do we pay for college?” It’s never too early to decide who is paying, how much you are willing to pay, who is borrowing and how much you are willing to borrow.
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The Difference in Federal vs. Private Student Loans

While both Federal and Private Student Loans are designed to help students pay for their education, there are key differences you should consider before you sign on the dotted line.
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Podcast: Untying the Knot - Navigating Finances Through a Divorce

Explore key financial takeaways to keep in mind during the preparation, process and recovery stages of divorce.
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The 5 Best Free Budgeting Apps to Replace Mint

If you're a former Mint user looking for a new budgeting tool, consider these free apps to help you track spending, manage your finances and reach your goals.
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What To Know About Student Loan Refinancing

Refinancing your federal and/or private student loans can be a great way to consolidate payments or save money on interest over time. Here's what you need to know if you're thinking about refinancing.
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Avoid Election Year Myths About Financial Investing

During an election year, emotions run high, leading to a false perception of investment risk. While various branches of the government can influence short-term market conditions, long-term investment outcomes are shaped by other factors.
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Monthly Market Insights: May 2024

Despite a late-month rally, stocks fell in April as investors struggled with a hotter-than-expected inflation report and mixed news about the economy.
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