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Click for more detail about Zero Debt for College Grads: From Student Loans to Financial Freedom by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox Zero Debt for College Grads: From Student Loans to Financial Freedom

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox
Kaplan Publishing (May 01, 2007)
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Zero Debt for College Grads, by Lynnette Khalfani, puts into plain English what many recent college graduates need to hear: lay off the credit cards and expenses and be a bit more realistic with your lifestyle.”—The New York Post

As the cost of a college education continues to increase at a rate of about 9% annually ”nearly three times the rate of inflation” more and more college students are taking out loans to cover tuition, fees, and other expenses. Median undergraduate student loan debt is currently close to $20,000, and graduate students end up with an additional $32,000 in debt upon graduation. Pile on thousands more in credit card debt, and many college students today graduate with massive financial burdens that they are not prepared to handle.

In Zero Debt for College Grads, noted personal finance expert Lynnette Khalfani provides a thorough roadmap for stress-free living that will allow recent graduates to focus on their burgeoning careers while navigating the ups and downs of their financial responsibilities.


Click for more detail about Campus CEO: The Student Entrepreneur’s Guide to Launching a Multi-Million-Dollar Business by Randal Pinkett Campus CEO: The Student Entrepreneur’s Guide to Launching a Multi-Million-Dollar Business

by Randal Pinkett
Kaplan Publishing (Feb 01, 2007)
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Every year, hundreds of thousands of students in the U.S. enter college totally clueless as to their choice of a major, and even less sure about what they will do with the rest of their lives. But for a growing number of students, the financial pressures of college are far more taxing than the academic rigors of campus life. As a result, many students rely heavily on financial aid, loans, part-time jobs, strict budgets, and whatever money their parents can afford to send them. Many students take dead-end jobs with no relevance to their college programs, while others even work on a full-time basis—sacrificing grades for dollars—and unwittingly setting themselves up to become college drop-outs.

However, students don’t have to suffer through a penniless college existence, nor must they wait until after graduation to find a career and make money. Instead, they can generate income by launching their own businesses while on campus, taking advantage of the period in their lives during which any number of once-in-a-lifetime perks and resources are readily available to them. The Campus CEO walks any would-be entrepreneur through all the necessary steps to launching a profitable, campus-based business, while simultaneously achieving academic success. Regardless of major, background, or area of interest, readers of The Campus CEO will learn how to turn their academic and professional dreams into reality.

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