(PRWEB) October 27, 2004
Our college graduates are in crisis. Hundreds of credit card and loan offers - all labeled as if from a best friend - seduce then trap students in a sinking spiral of debt. It stinks, and it's no surprise that so many college students are graduating with unmanageable debt-loads. Too few of our graduates have financial management skills and even fewer have the ability to figure out how to get back on their feet.
To help students learn how to avoid this trap, College-Finances.com features unbiased, non-commercial articles on dozens of critical personal finance topics. The site focuses specifically on issues relevant to incoming college students, current students and graduates who are trying to figure out how to tame their mounting debt.
"There are plenty of personal finance sites, but they're all focused on selling - credit reports, low APR credit cards, prepaid cellular, or even student loan consolidation - not helping. Finding unbiased material that explains how the scams and rip-offs work is quite a task." College Finances founder Dave Taylor explains, "That's why we built College-Finances.com; to offer an easy and straightforward reference site for students of all ages."
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