Student Loans

01
Oct
How Does PeduL Help Students Pay for College?

At a Glance:PeduL is a site that lets students use crowdfunding to raise money for their higher education. When it comes to finding money to pay for college, there are many options including scholarships, grants, student loans, and more. But some ways are more helpful than others. After all, while student loans can cover the cost […]

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27
Sep
Sum-it Review: Is It a Safe Repayment Option?

Thanks to a booming finance app industry, there are a variety of ways for consumers to leverage their smartphones to take control of their bank accounts, bills, and even their debt.The newest app to join the crowd is the Sum-it app. Though it has not yet launched, Sum-it will help users repay their student loan […]

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24
Sep
How This Lawyer Paid Off $200K in Student Loans in Under 4 Years

At a Glance:Graduating from law school with $200K in student loan debt was difficult for Jordan Rothman. He was able to pay it off in under four years by cutting back and boosting his income, but there are a few things he wished he'd done differently. Student loans accrue interest every day. If you have […]

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21
Sep
Alaska Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

At a Glance:With about 46% of Alaska graduates saddled with student loan debt, it's important to know the many resources available to Alaska students who need money to attend college. Alaska offers a state-based student loan as well as numerous scholarships and grants. Students in Alaska have a variety of options to help pay for […]

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20
Sep
Nebraska Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

At a Glance:There are various student loans, scholarships, and grants designed specifically for students from Nebraska and those attending college in Nebraska. Here are some of your options. Are you a Nebraska resident considering attending college in the state? The good news is that with an average loan balance of $25,501 at graduation, Nebraska students […]

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20
Sep
Hawaii Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants Guide

At a Glance:While paying for college can be challenging, using loans, scholarships, and grants can help make your dreams a reality — including in Hawaii. By finding Hawaii-specific grants and scholarships, you can minimize your student loan debt. If you are lucky enough to live in Hawaii, then you know firsthand how beautiful it is […]

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14
Sep
Guide to Paying for College for People With Disabilities

Getting a college degree is hard enough, but it presents a different set of challenges for people who have disabilities. If you have a disability, this guide can help you determine how to get financial aid, and access scholarships meant for people with disabilities.Applying for Federal Student AidTypes of Federal Student AidSupport for Students With

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11
Sep
Student Loans for Bad Credit Guide

Need a student loan, but have bad credit? Check rates for alternative student loan options in four simple steps. Get personalized rates with no impact your credit score! View Loan Options At a Glance:Students or parents with bad credit or no credit history should know there are options when it comes to bad credit student […]

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10
Sep
SunTrust Student Loans Review

Reviewed by: Scott Birmingham CFPScott Birmingham is a dedicated financial services professional with nearly 20 years' experience advising families and small business owners on all aspects of their financial picture. There are several different SunTrust student loan options available for borrowers. These include:Custom Choice Loan®Union Federal Private Student LoanG

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07
Sep
Arizona Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Students in Arizona have various funding options for attending college, including scholarships, grants, student loans, and state-specific programs. Of course, federal student loans are also available to Arizona students.It’s important for students in Arizona to be strategic in how they pay for their education. In Arizona, an estimated 885,000 people owe more than $22.6 b

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