The financial services market offers today’s consumers a wide variety of products, services, and providers to choose from to meet their financial needs. While this degree of choice provides a great number of options, it also requires that consumers be equipped with the information, knowledge, and skills to evaluate their options and identify those that best suit their needs and circumstances.
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Teens often face a host of stressors and confusing feelings as they grow through the adolescent years. The emotions associated with puberty, self-doubt, confusion about the future, family problems, and school pressures can sometimes seem overwhelming.
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If anyone says they enjoy applying for financial aid, they are lying. Between the competing deadlines, forms, and requirements, successfully applying for and getting financial aid is no small achievement for a student.
How can librarians and educators help? Below are four steps that will help organize your students as they prepare to take (and pay for) the next important step in their lives.
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Our American Reference Books Annual (ARBA) 2017 reviews are in! Check out the highlights below (and, yes, we added the bold, since we are rather proud) or go to http://www.arbaonline.com/ for the full reviews.
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