College Degree is Best Protection Against Economic Impacts of Coronavirus

College Degree is Best Protection Against Economic Impacts of Coronavirus

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Workers with college degrees have fared better during the coronavirus crisis than those with less education, but most Americans say the relief checks the government will begin distributing next week are needed to pay for necessities like groceries, rent, and utilities. That’s according to a new survey commissioned by Credible to gauge the economic impacts
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How You Can Use the FAFSA4caster Tool to Predict Your Financial Aid

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The FAFSA4caster estimates your federal financial aid award before you apply, helping you to compare the cost of attendance at multiple colleges. Plus, you can take steps to maximize the amount of financial aid you receive. Let’s take a closer look at how this FAFSA estimator works. What is the FAFSA4Caster? How to use the
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Guide to Every Type of Student Loan Offered

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If you’re headed off to school, it’s a good idea to learn about the types of student loans you might need first. In 2017, two-thirds of students who graduated with a bachelor’s degree had to take on debt to pay for school, borrowing $28,500 on average. Graduate and professional students took on even more debt
Great Lakes Student Loans Review: How to Find the Right Repayment Plan

Great Lakes Student Loans Review: How to Find the Right Repayment Plan

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Great Lakes is one of the major servicers for federal student loans. While it was acquired by another student loan servicing giant, Nelnet, Great Lakes continues to work with borrowers under its name. If you have Great Lakes student loans, read on to learn how you can take advantage of the benefits your servicer offers
How to Manage Your Student Loans Through the Coronavirus Crisis

How to Manage Your Student Loans Through the Coronavirus Crisis

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Emergency “stay-at-home” and othe rmeasures taken to slow the spread of the coronavirus could make it challenging for millions of Americans to keep up the monthly payments on their student loans and other bills. Fortunately, there are many options for managing student loan debt if you’ve been laid off or are facing a temporary reduction
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How to Fill Out a Teacher Loan Forgiveness Application

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The federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program allows eligible teachers in low-income schools or educational service agencies to waive up to $17,500 in federal student loans after five consecutive years of experience. Educators considering the initiative must meet specific criteria and carefully fill out an application. But just because you apply, doesn’t mean it’s automatically approved.
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3 Benefits to Letting Your Student Borrow for College

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Many parents want to pay for their kids to go to college. Others want their kids to take on a portion of the cost themselves. But how about a compromise? A private student loan your child takes out, but with you as a cosigner. Here are some benefits of taking out private student loans with
How to Pay for Physical Therapy School (With Less Student Debt)

How to Pay for Physical Therapy School (With Less Student Debt)

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Six of 10 physical therapy (PT) students will leave school toting more than $50,000 in student loan debt, according to WebPT. But if you’re an aspiring PT, you can avoid that level of hurt with physical therapy scholarships, plus other smart tactics. Here’s how to avoid borrowing too much in student loans as you choose
When You Should Apply for a Student Loan

When You Should Apply for a Student Loan

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Few situations are more stressful than having a bill due and not being able to pay. But when it comes to paying for college, you can avoid this last-minute anxiety by knowing when to apply for student loans. You can apply for federal student loans as early as the year before you start school. It’s

Unsecured Loans – A Little Money Goes a Long Way

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Unsecured loan or cash advance is a small loan which you can take any time. It is one of the two most popular options for short-term lending that people can avail of, the other one being payday loans. You don’t need a credit worthiness tag to apply for an unsecured loan. Your bank will advance
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