Now customers earning rewards points for shopping at Price Chopper and Market 32 stores with their AdvantEdge card can put their rewards towards paying down their student debt, supporting local schools, donating to select charities, entering a sweepstake, or purchasing specialty kitchen products, the company announced on Tuesday.
I don’t know about you, but I’m not quite sure why I’m on Facebook these days. The house that Zuck built has become the most stale of the major social networks, but I still log in a couple of times a week to see trail conditions posted to a local mountain biking group.
Here’s what’s happening in student loans this week.
Here's a look at what's happening in the student loans crisis for the week of 04/26/21.
First off, I don't believe in coincidence or luck, and that all things act together for an unknown purpose. I haven't always believed that, but it's where I'm at today and where I've been for quite a few years.
Welcome to the weekly look at the world of student debt, the crushing problem Fundfly is building a crowdfunding solution to.
"I have this idea for an app." I glanced to my left, to see if there was a clear path to the bathroom. Perhaps I could fake food poisoning and make a run for it. Standing in the middle of my step-brother's 40th birthday party, I knew I'd simply have to endure another "pitch." Ugh. OK, let's see what this one is.
The idea for Fundfly was given to me about nine months ago. I say it was "given to me" because I wasn't trying to come up with anything to significantly alter my life (or anyone else's). In truth, I was supremely content and feeling unworthy of the life I'd been given. I did not want this idea, nor was I qualified to do anything with it.