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  • Types of Federal Student Loans

    December 1st, 2014 | Loans cd

    Going to college, learning new things, and pursuing different career options is exciting and opens up many new opportunities. Tuition can be incredibly expensive, but fortunately, government loans make higher education a possibility for just about everyone. In addition to need-based grants and merit scholarships, there are several loan programs available to students. The most […] […]

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  • Should You Take Out Student Loans?

    December 8th, 2014 | Loans xsd

    If you’re just starting in the workforce or considering a career change, you may be thinking about attending college. You’ll have many decisions to make such as what course of study to pursue and which school to attend, and there’s also the question of how you will pay your tuition and other expenses. There are […] […]

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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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  • Case Study in Loan Forgiveness

    February 16th, 2015 | Debt Relief Student loan forgiveness

    Like many of us, Frank had always wanted to go to college, but wasn’t sure what he wanted to do as his career. He was fascinated with how the human mind works and what motivates behavior, so he chose to pursue a bachelor’s degree in psychology. To pay for his education, he worked part time […] […]

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  • Types of Federal Student Loans

    February 23rd, 2015 | Loans student loans

    The first step to applying for any financial aid for college, whether you’re interested in grants, scholarships, or loans, is usually to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA.) Your financial aid counselor will use this information to put together a financial aid package for you. Before committing to a financial aid package […] […]

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  • What Do I Need To Know About The FAFSA?

    March 9th, 2015 | Loans info-checklist

    What Do I Need To Know About The FAFSA? People are very rarely able to pay for their college tuition and other expenses with cash. Even if you don’t need to take out student loans, there is free money available through scholarships, which can offset the cost of college. No matter what kind of aid […] […]

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  • Federal or Private Loans?

    June 1st, 2015 | Loans options

    After you fill out your FAFSA, you’ll receive a financial aid package from your university that usually utilizes several sources of funding to pay for your education. You may be able to borrow money through federal, state, or private loans. Some students qualify for work-study programs or paid internships. You may even qualify for government […] […]

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  • Collection of Private Student Loans

    June 8th, 2015 | Loans diff_percentage

    Most students need to take out loans in order to realize their dreams of a college education. For some students, a combination of federal grants and loans may cover their expenses, but sometimes students also need to take out private loans. I advise people to use private loans as a last resource since their interest […] […]

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  • Direct Consolidation Loans

    June 15th, 2015 | Loans options

    It can be difficult to juggle all the responsibilities of life: work, family, home, finances. This is especially challenging when you’re starting out in a new career and are learning and striving to excel at your job. If you also struggle to keep up with student loan payments, you’re not alone. Many people have multiple […] […]

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  • How Will You Afford Grad School?

    July 13th, 2015 | Loans affording-school

    If you’ve finished your undergraduate degree and are thinking of going to graduate school, there are a few things you’ll need to consider. Take your time to research the type of degree you’d like to pursue. Make sure your degree will result in a job that will enable you to not only make a good […] […]

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