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One of the most challenging aspects of college is figuring out how to pay for it. With so many student loan options, a parent might wonder which student loan is the best choice. Here’s a look at some of the options available.
Going to college is one of the most amazing experiences ever, but it can also be one of the most expensive. Don’t let the best four years of your life hinder your financial future.
Colleges and universities are no longer offering the Perkins Loan after Oct. 1, 2015. Here's what this means for you.
Stressing out about paying back your student loans? These tips from a recent grad will help you understand your options and maybe even save you some money.
Student loans can be scary for recent college graduates trying to find jobs and get on their feet. There are different types of federal loans that differ by interest rate, grace period, and when you need to start paying them back. Here's what it all means.
With college costs on the rise, many students graduate with more than $20,000 in loans and credit card debt and others may even find themselves with debt reaching six figures. The amount of debt can get worse if students don’t know how to handle it from the outset. Here’s how to make the right moves.
Finding funding for your college education can be stressful—but for many, the alternative would be to not attend, which makes student loans a necessity. Federal student loans, financial aid, and even private student loans offer competitive rates that make it easier to manage the costs of undergraduate or graduate studies.
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