Federal PELL Grants 101

Education savings

The American Dream is changing. No longer are we seeking to leave our homes and work hard for a new life – we’re already here, and finding work to sustain our lives now requires a bachelor’s degree. If you’re a high school senior fretting about how you can possibly pay for college, here’s some good […]

Military Student Aid 101

Military Student loan

To those enlisted and serving in the armed forces, first off: thank you for doing what you do. Secondly, if you’re pursuing or seeking to pursue a college degree, you’re in the right business – the U.S. Military certainly takes care of its own through a variety of scholarships, loans, and bills. You and (in […]

How Long Should it Take to Pay Off Your Student Loans?

Student Loans

The length of time it takes to pay off your student loans is determined by the amount of money you owe and your life situation when it comes time to pay back the money. There are three periods a student loan goes through: studies, grace, and repayment. While you are studying, you are usually not […]

APPLY NOW! – The Growth of the Student Loan Crisis

Debt isn’t an inherently bad thing. It’s entirely appropriate to ask someone to borrow some money, and then pay it back over time. It’s even okay for the person who initially gave you the loan to ask that you pay back a little bit more than you borrowed – that small price calculated by interest. […]

How to Refinance Student Loans

College Money Graduate

“The College Questions” are: Who am I? Why am I here? Where did I come from? What is my purpose? What is the significance of my life? Where am I going? What is my destiny? What should I do? How should I live?

7 Private Student Loan Consolidation Tips

Consolidating your student loans has the benefit of a single monthly payment, which is easier to manage. It also has the potential benefit of a lower interest rate. The reason for this is twofold: The first depends on the economy; it is simply possible that interest rates are lower than when you took out the […]

Practical Solutions to Student Loan Reform

obama student loan reform

Practical Solutions to Student Loan Reform President Obama has signed a law that aims to help students pay back their federal college loan debts. Beginning in 2014, borrowers are allowed to pay off no more than 10 percent of their income. The student loan reform act of 2013 allows any existing debt to be forgiven […]

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