• Case Study in Extended Graduated Payment Plans

    January 26th, 2015 | Payment Options 5.23-Choosing-a-Federal-Student-Loan-Repayment-Plan

    When Jill began college, she didn’t put much thought into the student loans that she’d need to pay back someday. She knew she wanted an education, so she dedicated herself to her studies, did well in her courses, and graduated on schedule. She knew she’d have a six-month grace period before student loan payments began, […] […]

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  • Dos and Don’ts of Student Loans

    January 19th, 2015 | Loans cssa

    With today’s tuition rates and cost of living, most students have to depend on student loans to complete their degree and begin their desired career. While student loans may be inevitable, there are some things you can do and others you can avoid to limit the amount of money you borrow and make your payments […] […]

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  • How to Limit Student Loan Debt

    January 12th, 2015 | Money Management student-loan-debt-crisis_graph1

    Beginning college is an exciting, and most likely expensive, endeavor, but having an education can be priceless. There are many steps to be taken before you start classes, and one of the most important is deciding how you’re going to pay for your tuition and living expenses as you pursue your degree. Free Money The […] […]

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  • Tips for Recent Grads

    January 5th, 2015 | Money Management

    The sense of accomplishment and pride that comes with completing college is something to enjoy and celebrate. You’ve worked hard and are ready to pursue a career in a field you love. But for many of us, graduation also comes with the start of student loan payments. There are some steps you can take as […] […]

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