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The changes in how Americans pay for college. While 98% of families agree that college is a worthwhile investment, millennials also are starting to realize student loan debt is some of the worst debt to have.
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Personal #finance tips: 3 top pieces of financial advice from saving on back to school expenses, to medical credit card risks.
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Have you taken vacation this summer? Why you need to stop being a workaholic and take a vacation already! 
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Have you ever felt like you needed to reach the "What's Next?" stage of financial independence? Let this help you along: http://goo.gl/uSCfl2
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Having willpower and enforcing new habits is key to achieving financial freedom. Learn how forming good habits - and breaking bad habits - can get you where you want to be financially. http://goo.gl/1PGHEV
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Student loan debt has become a huge burden for many Americans. Take these tips to take out student loans right. http://goo.gl/bkmSYC

Debt keeping you up at night? Visit www.chernylaw.com and give us a call, we can help point you on the road towards financial freedom!
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When's the time to talk about taboo money topics with your kids? Now! Are you in the 59% of parents who talk with their kids about personal finance? http://goo.gl/YdiR2e
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Five money worries that only baby boomer women understand ~ And how to turn these financial worries into opportunities. http://goo.gl/4xw9iN
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How does your financial fitness look this summer? Tone up your financial physique with these 4 ingredients of financial fitness. http://goo.gl/vrihM6
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Debt collection company can't pay $4 million in fines for deceptive collection practices, but is allowed to stay in business. Do you know your rights and how to handle debt collectors? http://goo.gl/wzOxdK
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