Dave Rathmanner

Dave Rathmanner

Dave Rathmanner, a graduate of the University of Delaware, regularly plans and writes content about student loans, personal loans, credit cards, small business loans, mortgages, and a variety of other financial products. Dave’s work has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Bloomberg, Forbes, CNBC, U.S. News, International Business Times, Consumer Reports, VICE, Yahoo Finance, NPR, and more.

Articles by Dave Rathmanner:

Teacher Student Loan Forgiveness: A Complete Guide

Teachers open the gateway to learning, support kids in their discovery of the world, and provide them with the necessary tools to succeed in life. The educational system cannot function properly without dedicated and well-prepared teachers, so investing in their professional preparation is a moral duty of every state. This is one of the reasons […]

Posted in: Student Loans,
Plan and Execute a College Budget

With the advent of credit and debit cards, money can seem like an abstraction. Cash is no longer king, replaced by plastic. In no time at all, students may find that they’ve spent their entire month’s budget on personal expenses and unnecessary items, and then additional bills layered on top in their inboxes. Taking control […]

Posted in: Personal Finance,
How to Build an Emergency Fund

Financial experts agree – growing and maintaining an emergency fund makes good financial sense. But what is an emergency fund and how do you get one? Emergency funds are a stash of cash in a savings account that you can access in an emergency. That is, an actual emergency. It’s not savings for a car […]

Posted in: Personal Finance, Saving Money,