Browsing Category : Connor

Refinancing Student Loans with SoFi (Even if You’re Not a Finance Whiz)


So, you ask. What’s it like, refinancing student loans with SoFi? Or perhaps you’re wondering, Connor, what even IS SoFi, and what does it have to do with student loans? Good news! I already refinanced my student loans and am here to tell you the long and short of working with SoFi: the application, the long waits–wait, what? There weren’t any long…

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Five Books to Help Teach Your Kids About Money


There are few things in the world that I like more than recommending books. I have, in fact, built up quite a reputation for this–some of my friends frequently text me “help, please!” from bookstores and libraries–so when JT asked if I’d be up for writing about some books that might help your kids understand money, I naturally agreed. These…

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The Power of the Practice: Thanksgiving in the Modern Age


It is not particularly difficult to write about something which one has been seriously considering for six years—give or take a few months—so when JT asked me to write a post he had tentatively titled The Power of Giving Thanks, I immediately agreed. I’m no expert, but I figured that, if anything, I’d have a much harder time editing this post…

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August 2016 Giving Report, with references to Hamilton, Social Media, and Late Nights Writing


Angelica      My name is Angelica Schuyler. Hamilton      Alexander Hamilton. Angelica      Where’s your family from? Hamilton      Unimportant. There’s a million things I haven’t done, but just you wait, just you wait…   Since we finished our first month of blogging, we’d like to spend some time sharing with you our progress in accomplishing…

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