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How To Pay For College: The Best Order Of Operations

How To Pay For College: The Best Order Of Operations Mountains of student loans are what most people think of when it comes to paying for college. Student loans are a source of funding for most students but they should actually be your last option. Student loans accrue a lot of interest and take years to pay off. In fact, …


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An Overview of Parent Loans to Help Pay for College

An Overview of Parent Loans to Help Pay for College When a child’s financial aid package doesn’t fully cover the cost of college, lots of parents in the United States can’t simply pay the difference, either out of their regular income or their savings accounts. As a result, many parents look into taking out loans to cover the difference, either …


The Ultimate Guide To Nursing Student Loan Forgiveness

The Ultimate Guide To Nursing Student Loan Forgiveness The average student graduated college with over $38,000 in debt in 2018. If you went to a 4-year nursing program (or its equivalent), you have probably accumulated around this amount as well. Tack on grad school costs in case you want to advance your nursing career and you could be looking at …

The Best Student Loan Debt Blogs Of 2019

The Best Student Loan Debt Blogs Of 2019 The College Investor is on track to be one of the largest personal finance sites dedicated to helping people get out of student loan debt and start building wealth for the future, reaching over 3,000,000 people every month. But just because we touch so many individuals on their path to escaping student …

How to Re-Certify Your Income for Income-Driven Repayment

How to Re-Certify Your Income for Income-Driven Repayment Income-driven repayment (IDR) plans are designed to help you make more affordable payments on your student loans. To read more about your options when it comes to income-driven repayment plans, check out these posts: The Complete Guide to Pay As You Earn (PAYE) How Does the REPAYE Student Loan Interest Subsidy Work? …

The Ultimate Guide To Military And VA Education Benefits To Pay For College

The Ultimate Guide To Military And VA Education Benefits To Pay For College Education benefits have long stood out as one of the key highlights amongst all military benefits. Opportunities and funds abound for servicemembers, their spouses and children, as well as veterans.  The challenge is sometimes navigating the various agencies and programs like Department of Veterans Affairs, different branches …

Prodigy Finance Review: International Student Loan Refinancing

Prodigy Finance Review: International Student Loan Refinancing International graduate students and U.S. non-citizen residents often face many challenges when it comes to taking out and refinancing their student loans. The limited lending market often has more to do with bank regulations than a borrower’s creditworthiness. However, Prodigy Finance is a company looking to change this. Prodigy Finance offers loans to …

How To Get A Private Student Loan With No Cosigner

How To Get A Private Student Loan With No Cosigner One of the biggest challenges of getting a private student loan is that most private student loans typically require a cosigner. At this point in time, most people have written it off as common practice (in fact, a recent CFPB study found 90% of private loans had cosigners). However, it’s …

How To Refinance An International Student Loan

How To Refinance An International Student Loan There are almost 500,000 people in the United States working on visas who attended college and may have wracked up student loan debt in the process. But for these students, getting a solid rate on their student loans through refinance has been challenging. Most lenders in the United States don’t loan to visa …

Stopping Tax Offsets Due To Student Loan Debt

Stopping Tax Offsets Due To Student Loan Debt For anyone getting a refund, tax season is the best time of year. But for those who have defaulted on their federal student loans, their potential joy can be seized by the IRS to pay down the federal debt. It may not currently be tax season, but it’s never too early to …