Student Loans
Understanding Lower Division Vs. Upper Division Courses
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Declaring a major in college is a big decision, but the choices don’t stop there. Once students know their area of study, then comes the selection of courses. Upper and lower signify beginner and advanced courses in an academic career. Clearly, students can’t just sign up for classes willy-nilly. They’ll often need to start at […]

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Hoping for Student Loan Forgiveness Won’t Pay the Bills
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Federal student loan borrowers are waiting with bated breath to see whether loan forgiveness — which President-elect Joe Biden says he’ll make a priority — becomes a reality. Industry experts…
A Guide to Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans
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As you explore funding options for higher education, you’ll come across many different ways to pay for school. You can try your hand at scholarships and grants, but you may also need to secure federal student loans. Depending on your financial … Continue reading →

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How I Paid Off $40,000 In Student Loans in 7 Months
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Want to learn how to pay off student loans? With my student loan repayment plan, I was able to pay off $40,000 in student loan debt in 7 months! One of the best ways to save money is to finally get rid of those pesky loans that are hurting your financial situation. Learning how to […]

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Deferment and Forbearance of Student Loans
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Deferment and forbearance are options that people struggling to keep up with their student loans can use to make sure they don’t get into serious trouble. Falling behind on your payments can hurt your credit or lead your lenders to … Continue reading →

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How to Escape Debt in 2016
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The new year is right around the corner and if you’re like most people, you’ve probably got a running list of resolutions to achieve and milestones to reach. If getting out of debt ranks near the top, now’s the time … Continue reading →

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10 Ways to Build Credit Without a Credit Card
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Credit cards are a great tool for building credit. They’re easy to use, offer flexibility, and sometimes even reward you for using them. Most also directly impact your credit score and are used by many people to begin building their credit profile. But what if you don’t want a credit card or are having trouble... Read More

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How Do Student Loans Work? What You Need To Know About Borrowing Money For School
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Have you ever wondered how do student loans work? Maybe you’re thinking about going to school and taking out a student loan, perhaps you are a parent trying to help your child find the best options, or perhaps you are about to start paying down your student loan debt. Whatever your case may be, I […]

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What Is a Stafford Loan and How Do You Qualify?
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If you’re in search of financial help for higher education, you may have explored different scholarships and grants to pay the way. Gifted money is a great way to pay for school without having to worry about paying it back … Continue reading →

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When Is the FAFSA Deadline?
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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form that students must submit each year if they need federal assistance for their undergraduate or graduate school courses. You may also need to fill out the FAFSA if you’re interested … Continue reading →

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