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MoneyWhys® |  May 2015
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Managing school loans on your first salary
New graduates have a lot to do—including repaying student loans. Learn some practical organizing strategies one expert recommends to make college debt more manageable.
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The important decisions women face before retirement
There are several practical steps women can take—from paying off debts to delaying Social Security—that can help them enjoy a more comfortable retirement.

How one millennial lives well and saves
Stephanie O'Connell, 28-year-old actor and writer, says: "A beautiful life isn't something that's bought; it's something that's savored."

Social Security: How to decide when it's time
You can collect Social Security as early as age 62. But the longer you wait (up to age 70), the larger your payment will be. See how it can pay to delay.

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