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Reyna Gobel, M.B.A. and M.J., is a personal finance, pets and fitness journalist, author, professional speaker and educator who's been quoted by Money Magazine, Real Simple, and The Washington Post, where Michelle Singletary chose the first and 2nd editions of "CliffsNotes Graduation Debt" and “CliffsNotes Parents’ Guide to Paying for College and Repaying Student Loans” as book of the month. As a speaker and educator on student debt, she’s spoken to over 600 college alumni associations and at college campuses across the country.

Articles by Reyna Gobel

Student Loan Defaults: 3 Ways to Recover From or Avoid Default

November 22, 2017

Defaulting on a student loan is one of the most life-altering mistakes you can make. Find out how you can recover from or avoid defaulting.

What DC’s Justice League Can Teach Us About Identity Protection

November 21, 2017

The superheroes from Justice Leauge may be powerful and mighty, but they sure do a bad job at hiding their identities. Find out how you can be better.

Are You Ready to Save for Your Child’s College Education?

November 14, 2017

Starting to save for your child’s education is a complicated decision. We’ll help you figure out how to fit college savings into your budget.

Veteran’s Day Benefits That Beat a Free Appetizer

November 11, 2017

From college education to retirement planning, there are numerous benefits available if you are a veteran. Take a read to find out more.

4 Ways to Avoid Student Loan Scams

November 8, 2017

Here are four steps you can take to prevent yourself from falling for student loan scams or picking a repayment plan that costs you thousands.

4 Things to Consider Before Signing That Car Loan

November 7, 2017

If you’re like 4 out of 10 new car loan holders, you may own your loan longer than your vehicle. Find out what you should know before buying your...

The 5 Things Every Family Needs to Know About Pell Grants

November 2, 2017

Are you, or someone in your life, attending an extremely high-priced college or university? Find out what Pell Grants are and what they can do for you.

5 Stranger Things That Could Turn Your Credit Report Upside Down

October 31, 2017

Just like the Upside Down in Netflix's Stranger Things, there may be a parallel universe where our credit report has changed even though our lives haven’t.

7 Ways to Keep Your Children’s Identity Safe on Halloween

October 30, 2017

Before your kids go trick or treating, here are seven tips to educate them on how to protect their identity while they’re all dressed up.

Is Free College Actually Free?

October 25, 2017

California recently signed a new law giving residents a year of free college tuition, but is it really free? Read to find out more.

Holiday Budgeting for the Win

October 24, 2017

Holidays are as emotionally expensive as they are financially when you’re a couple. Find out how to win your budgeting game this holiday season.

Don’t Budget Like the Walking Dead

October 23, 2017

Those of us who aren’t members of the undead still can budget like zombies without much thought about our purchases. Find out how.