I’m working at my laptop in a coffee shop in Boulder, Colorado. I have a hot coffee next to me, the caffeine helping me power through the day. It’s 5:30 and I still have a few hours left of work before I can call it a day. But I don’t mind. Because my day is on my terms.
You’ve probably read a lot of “student debt” facts out there. According to The Institute for College Access & Success, 7 in 10 seniors graduate with student loan debt. Or the average debt burden is now over $28,000. Well, here are my facts:
There are many sayings that get tossed around when it comes to money. Some people say, “The best things in life are free.” And by this they must be referring to character, virtue, and even friendship. It might come as a surprise that the path to friendship can sometimes come with a financial toll. While this isn’t true for every social group or activity it can be true for some.
How it happened may be a mystery, but what you do know is that it happened – your personal information was stolen and used to apply for loans, open accounts, or file taxes without your authorization. Now what?