In this growing economy, the price of living increases daily, from groceries, to gas, to utilities and most importantly, education. A proper education is vital to everyone in this day and age because without a decent knowledge of the various topics and subjects, living in this technologically advanced world would be extremely difficult. Like I mentioned before, the price of education isn't exactly the cheapest. Education past high school is the most important and also quite costly.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Many students rely upon private student loans to pay for college. When they first enter into the process of applying for schools and funding, they may not fully understand what is involved in the process. For many students, once they have earned admission to college, paying for it is often addressed as an afterthought. Student loans are straightforward and low interest and used to attend school. Some students may need someone to co-sign the loan; although some may rely on their parents to set up everything for them. When it comes time to pay back the financial obligation, however, it is up to the student to make good on the promise of paying back the money borrowed. For many college graduates, this is unfamiliar territory.
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Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Can bad credit have an impact on furthering your education? Some adults may have made a few bad decisions or experienced some bad luck and therefore have bad credit ratings. Perhaps these do not play a significant role in their lives until they need funding to return to school and further their education. They may need to consider taking out a bad credit student loan.
Education loans traditionally have the lowest interest rates.
Federally guaranteed student loan programs have virtually guaranteed that education fund lenders have been consigned to low interest rates. For instance, Pell grants virtually give away money to students in need. Scholarships and other grant programs assure a steady flow of education funds among the student populace.
Posted by Humble's collection at 7:06 AM
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Many students and former students have probably heard about loan consolidation, federal student loan consolidation or other ways of combining student loans into a more manageable payment.
At the same time, it is a misunderstood topic because of the wide array of student loans that are given to students, and the different rules regarding their consolidation. In this article, I'll attempt to clear up some of the difficulty regarding this topic, and provide some insight into those wishing to consolidate.
What is student loan consolidation?
Posted by Humble's collection at 8:41 AM