Monthly Archives: October 2014

Latest College Financial Options News

Oct 27, 2014 | | Say something

Great. The Government Found Something New to Ruin With Student Loans. As a result, there's no temptation for the programs to charge outrageous tuition just to collect more government-aid money, the way so many for-profit colleges do. Code academies are still expensive, … This week, the Department of Education announced … Read more on Slate […more]

Latest Financing College News

Oct 21, 2014 | | Say something

FACT SHEET: The President's Priorities in the Latino Community President Obama took on big challenges Washington had ignored for decades. He brought our economy back from the brink by rebuilding America from the middle out; increased investments in education from cradle to career; made health care and a college … Read more on Whitehouse.gov (press release) […more]

'Plain' parents seek ways to repay children's college loans

Oct 15, 2014 | | Say something

'Plain' parents seek ways to repay children's college loans Regardless of whether he or we borrow the money for all his years, we will pay the loans back. We don't want him to start with a burden. Our youngest will be ready for college in four years, so we won't have two in college at […more]

The Empowering Nature of Forgiveness

Oct 7, 2014 | | Say something

Forgiveness is a concept that holds much power for those seeking release from the past. However it needs to be approached with a clear goal in mind and a deep understanding of why one would wish to forgive in the first place. Does one forgive because we feel it is the “right” thing to do […more]

Compare College Loans

Oct 7, 2014 | | Say something

When you’re getting ready to go to college you’re going to have to look into a list of things and your financial aid package is one of the biggest items on that list. Did you get scholarships, work-study, grants or loans? If you got loans, how much do you need to borrow and can you […more]