Aly Yale

Aly J. Yale is a writer and journalist from Houston, specializing in mortgage, real estate, and personal finance topics. Her work has been published in Forbes, The Balance, Bankrate, The Simple Dollar, and more. Connect with her on Twitter.

Articles by Aly Yale:

13
May
What Student Loans Can Be Used For

Some borrowers use their student loans for the wrong things — impacting their financial future. Let's make sure you aren't one of them.

Posted in: Private Student Loans, Student Loans,
13
May
Do You Need a Cosigner for Student Loans?

Adding a cosigner to your student loan can improve your chances of approval, and may result in a lower interest rate.

Posted in: Private Student Loans, Student Loans,
13
May
Crowdfunding to Limit Your Student Loan Debt

Crowdfunding is a strategy that may be able to reduce your student loan debt or eliminate it entirely.

Posted in: Student Loans,
06
May
How Does Financial Aid Work?

Financial aid comes in many forms, including scholarships, grants, and loans, and is offered through a wide variety of sources.

Posted in: Financial Aid,
06
May
Can You Refinance Student Loans?

Refinancing your student loans is often a smart move, but there may be some scenarios when it may not make sense — or you're ineligible.

Posted in: Student Loans,
05
May
Am I Eligible for Financial Aid?

Most people are eligible for federal financial aid, but private aid may be harder to come by.

Posted in: Financial Aid,
04
May
Student Loan Forgiveness & Tax Implications

If your student loans are forgiven, you may owe taxes on the canceled balance.

Posted in: Student Loans,
04
May
How to File for Student Loan Bankruptcy

Student loan bankruptcy exists, but it's not always easy to come by.

Posted in: Student Loans,
04
May
How to Avoid Student Loan Scams

Student loan scams are more common than you might think. Here’s how to avoid them, as well as how to get the help you need — without falling victim.

Posted in: Private Student Loans, Student Loans,
18
Apr
SEP Gold IRA Account Guide

SEP gold IRA accounts can allow small business owners, self-employed pros, and employees to invest in gold, silver, and other precious metals.

Posted in: Personal Finance,