Thursday’s need-to-know money news

22856641_SAToday’s top story: How new grads should handle their student loans. Also in the news: 7 in 10 people would boycott a bank that rejected them for a credit card, why medical crowdfunding campaigns are rarely successful, and how to pick the right Medicare Part D plan.

New Grads Owe New Debts in November. How to Handle Yours
Your grace period is over.

Rejected for a Credit Card? 7 in 10 Would Boycott the Bank, Survey Finds
Taking it personally.

Just 11% of Medical Crowdfunding Campaigns Are Fully Funded, Study Finds
Taking desperate measures.

5 Steps to Picking the Right Medicare Part D Plan
Working through the open enrollment maze.

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