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07
Aug
FFELP Loans: What Happened to the Program & How It Impacts Borrowers

The FFELP was a program that allowed private lenders to offer federally guaranteed student loans to students. While the program has ended, these loans still need to be repaid.

Posted in: Student Loans,
05
Aug
Subsidized Student Loans

Subsidized student loans offer a break on interest payments in some situations. Here's a look at what subsidized loans are and who's eligible.

Posted in: Student Loans,
02
Aug
College Finance Student Loan Review

College Finance offers an enhanced version of College Ave's private student loan. Check out how these added benefits can help you.

Posted in: Student Loans,
02
Aug
QuickCareTax Review

QuickCareTax employs a licensed and experienced team of agents, CPAs, and attorneys that can help you find a resolution for your tax troubles.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
01
Aug
Unsubsidized Student Loans

Unsubsidized student loans are offered by the Department of Education to undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of financial need. Borrowers are responsible for all interest charges with these loans.

Posted in: Student Loans,
01
Aug
How to Use a HELOC to Pay for College

A HELOC can help you pay for college costs and could be a smart option compared to private loans. Exhaust all federal financial aid before using a HELOC.

Posted in: Student Loans,
14
Jul
College Ave vs. Earnest: Student Loan Comparison

Choosing between College Ave and Earnest can be a hard decision. That’s why we broke down the two lenders and how to pick between them.

Posted in: Student Loans,
05
Jul
Unlock Competitors and Alternatives

There are several competitors and alternative financing solutions to Unlock. Compare them to Unlock, below.

Posted in: Home Equity,
01
Jul
College Ave Competitors and Alternatives

College Ave is a popular private student loan lender that has several competitors that could be a good fit for those looking to borrow elsewhere.

Posted in: Student Loans,
23
Jun
Point vs. Unlock: Home Equity Sharing Comparison

Point and Unlock both offer home equity sharing options. One gives homeowners more flexibility, while the other provides a longer buyback timeline.

Posted in: Home Equity,