LendEDU surveyed 1,000 American pet owners to ask them about their spending for their pets and how it affects their personal finances. 20% of respondents have gone into debt caring for their pet at an average of $1,566.96.
Part one of LendEDU's two-part millennial & mortgages study examined trends amongst current millennial homeowners, and found that this generation often pays for PMI, in addition to leaving little wiggle room to meet monthly mortgage payments.
Which states provide students with the most need-based scholarships and grants? Through the use of licensed financial aid data, LendEDU compiled these rankings.
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LendEDU surveyed 1,000 adult Americans who are eligible and likely to vote in the 2020 presidential election that also have student debt to gauge public opinion on which presidential candidate is best suited to tackle both the rising cost of college and ever-increasing national student loan debt.
LendEDU recognizes the colleges and universities where students can expect to receive the most financial aid in the form of need-based scholarships and grants.
As the cost of college continues to rise, it becomes harder for federal student loans to fully meet the price tag. Private student loans are increasingly used to fill the gaps, and using our own data that includes close to 200,000 users interested in private student loans, LendEDU reveals how the private student loan industry has changed from 2016 to today.
LendEDU's compared hundreds of colleges and universities within the United States to see what schools had the best financial literacy programs. This report is a list of the top 50.