Student Loans

11
Dec
Ascent Student Loans Review

LendEDU Rating (4.55 / 5.0) See Full Ratings What we like: Lengthy Forbearance Period At a Glance: Students who don’t have an income, credit history, or a cosigner at their disposal may still be eligible for a student loan through Ascent Student Loans. Private student loans like these can make college a reality for students who […]

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11
Dec
Sixup Student Loans Review

LendEDU Rating (3.70 / 5.0) See Full Ratings What we like: Unique Acceptance Process At a Glance: Sixup is an online lender that provides private student loans to borrowers with limited credit history and no cosigner. This article will explain how to apply for a Sixup loan and what the pros and cons are. It will also include […]

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11
Dec
Raise Student Loans Review

At a Glance: Raise offers a private student loan option for borrowers with good credit or who have a creditworthy cosigner. Its interest rates are slightly higher than some other student loan lenders, so you might consider shopping around to make sure you're getting the lowest rate. If you do borrow from Raise, you won't have […]

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11
Dec
Summer Student Loan Tool Review

At a Glance: The Summer Student Loan Tool is a new offering that seeks to help graduates manage their student loan balances. While not much is known about it yet, it might be an excellent new resource for recent grads. If you graduated college in the United States with a lot of student loan debt, you’re […]

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10
Dec
Bank of North Dakota Student Loans Review

At a Glance: Student loans make up approximately 30 percent of Bank of North Dakota’s portfolio. BND offers private student loans as well as student loan refinancing. Not every student will qualify for Bank of North Dakota student loans—they have to meet certain requirements. The Bank of North Dakota, also known as BND, became the country’s […]

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10
Dec
Wells Fargo Student Loans Review 2018

At a Glance: Wells Fargo is one of the largest financial institutions operating in the United States. In addition to other bank accounts, financial products, credit card options, and financial services, the bank also provides options for private student loans. Parents, undergraduate, and graduate students may all take advantage of Wells Fargo student loans. Found

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10
Dec
Iowa Student Loan Review

At a Glance: Iowa Student Loan offers a variety of loan products including the Partnership Advance Education Loan, which supplements existing aid; the College Family Loan, which is designed for parents, family members, or friends; and the Reset Refinance Loan, which is designed for those looking to refinance their debt to lock in better rates or […]

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10
Dec
How Do Goodly Student Loan Repayment Benefits Work?

At a Glance: The need to entice qualified workers is growing among employers large and small. Offering student loan repayment benefits to workers is beneficial to companies and their employees in several ways, and Goodly is one company making this valuable benefit a reality. Since the Great Recession, American employers large and small across nearly all […]

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07
Dec
AES Student Loans Review

At a Glance: AES is one of the nation’s largest student loan servicers, serving over four million student loan accounts. Though it’s assumed many student borrowers have positive experiences with AES, over the last few years there has been a number of negative AES student loan reviews. There are a plethora of student loan servicers, but […]

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07
Dec
Public Service Loan Forgiveness Guide

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Guide At a Glance: If you’re struggling with student loan debt and you work in the public service sector, you might be able to get on a repayment plan that allows you to take advantage of Public Service Loan Forgiveness. Here’s what you need to know about the program—and how it […]

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