High Income, Jumbo School Debt: Smart Options for Clients
Professionals like doctors and lawyers often face extra-high debt loads, special needs and an array of tough choices. Here are a few repayment strategies that your clients should consider.
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The U.S. has a record 10.1 million millionaire households, a Spectrem Group study shows. more »
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