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Doing a pre-law program in undergrad can be a good way to begin your legal career, but you want to make sure you’re choosing one that is a good step toward law school and offers a high return on investment.
Buying a million dollars in life insurance coverage makes sense for a lot of lawyers. Here’s how to know how much coverage you and your family might need and a guide to the steps to take to get it.
All good things must come to an end. After delay after delay, we still aren’t sure when student loan repayments will start back up again, but they probably will eventually. Although the world is starting to turn back to a “pre-Covid-19 normal”, many challenges will remain, particularly those that existed before Covid-19. This is especially
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International students who don’t have US citizenship face challenges when trying to refinance their student loans, but it’s still worth trying. Follow these steps to build credit in the US and make yourself an attractive customer to banks willing to work with international students to reduce their student loan burden.
Here we take a look at your options for paying for your bar prep program and covering your costs of living while you’re studying. Ideally, someone else will be paying for both, but that doesn’t always work out.
The EMH offers an explanation for why index funds outperform actively managed funds over the long-term. Do you find it convincing?
Term life insurance is a better choice for most people, but the lingo around insurance can be confusing. Whatever you choose, make sure to keep your investments and insurance separate. Use insurance to protect your assets, and use investments to grow your savings.