If you have federal student loans, you may be aware that there is an option to consolidate them. In doing this, be advised that there is no benefit provided with respect to your interest rate (your interest rate will be Read more
When many think of college, especially paying for it, the first thing that comes to mind is a loan. While student loans (both federal student loans and private loans, either secured or unsecured personal loans) are a way to help Read more
Paying for college is growing more costly. Whether you need to pay for college for yourself or your children, there are a variety of financing options available, ranging from student loans to savings plans to personal loans and military assistance.
In our first installment of Student Financing 101 we reviewed loans available from the government under the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program. We took a look at the Direct Subsidized Loan, the Direct Unsubsidized Loan, Direct PLUS Loans Read more
In the post-recession economy, talk of going to college or university centers less on what your major will be or where you will attend school and more on how are you going to afford it. Do you know what your Read more