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Your uncle, your cousin, your boss at work – it seems like everyone these days has student loans. They must give them out to anyone who asks, right? Not necessarily. While the requirements to receive student loans aren’t particularly restrictive, there are certain criteria you must meet before being considered. This is different at the […]
Student loan refinancing has been growing the last few years, with many new companies entering the space and promoting offers to student loan borrowers. But just because you have student loans doesn’t mean refinancing is the right option for you. There is a lot you need to know about when it comes to student loan refinancing:How […]
Now’s the time that every student and parent dreads – having to write that check for college. It’s expensive. There’s no denying that. And when it comes to the discussion about how to pay for school, inevitably the question of taking out private student loans comes up. Private student loans are always a touchy subject. […]
The hard part of dealing with student loan debt isn’t making payments on it. The hard part is navigating the complex world that is the student loan repayment system. There are multiple repayment plans, student loan forgiveness programs, different options offered by each state, and more. I’ve been talking to roughly 5-10 people a day […]
When looking at getting a student loan, there are some important risks that should be taken into consideration when comparing private versus federal student loans. For most private loans, it is a given that the interest rates will be higher than federal student loans, and you will not get the perks of being subsidized by […]
Private students loans are the #1 way that student loan borrowers get into trouble. Hands down. The reason is that the Federal government has limits on the amount that you can borrow for Federal Student Loans. And there is a reason for those limits – so that you don’t get in debt over your head. […]
I was recently talking to some family friends, and they were running into a dilemma. Their daughter was going to be starting college, and they didn’t qualify for any type of financial aid. They were looking at private student loans to pay for college, but they were concerned about having to cosign the loans. Beyond […]