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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,
07
May
Sallie Mae vs. Discover Student Loan Comparison

This Sallie Mae vs. Discover Student Loans comparison will put the lenders head-to-head to determine which offers a superior product.

Posted in: Private Student Loans, Student Loans,
07
May
Unique Scholarships

As a form of free aid, scholarships are an excellent way to pay for school. Here are several unique scholarships worth considering.

Posted in: Financial Aid,
06
May
Scholarships by Physical Characteristics

There are many scholarships to apply for, including some that you may be eligible for based on physical characteristics.

Posted in: Financial Aid,
06
May
Disability Scholarships

If you have a disability, there are several scholarships that can help lower the cost of your education.

Posted in: Financial Aid,
06
May
Brand Name Scholarships

Paying for college can be expensive. Luckily, several big brands offer scholarships to help.

Posted in: Financial Aid,
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,