Monthly Archives: December 2015

Nation’s student loan debt expanding at alarming rate

Dec 30, 2015 | | Say something

The nation’s student loan debt has expanded tremendously over the last decade. With more individuals attending college than ever, the demand for student loans has skyrocketed. For the class of 2015, the average amount of student loan debt is over $35,000 according to government data reviewed by Edvisors, a college planning website. As of March […more]

Survey: Parents Of College Aspirants Skeptical about College Funding Options

Dec 25, 2015 | | Say something

Survey: Parents Of College Aspirants Skeptical about College Funding Options According to the survey result, about 45 percent of respondents agreed to eliminate the financial aids provided by the federal government as well as the tax breaks and utilize the money to make at least two years of college bill-free for everyone; 44 … Read […more]

Latest College Loan Forgiveness News

Dec 24, 2015 | | Say something

Can Students Scammed By A For-Profit College Do Anything About It? The borrower defense to repayment applies to borrowers who have taken out Direct Loans from the federal government and allows former students and graduates to make a claim that they were defrauded by their college, regardless of whether the college … Read more on ThinkProgress […more]

Understanding the two types of college financial aid

Dec 23, 2015 | | Say something

Understanding the two types of college financial aid On the ride home, one asked if he could get a college scholarship if he continued to win tournaments. That reminded me how important financial aid is for most families. Almost all parents can benefit from understanding their options before their … Read more on Christian Science […more]

Obama Grants for Moms: Money for College

Dec 21, 2015 | | Say something

Education is always an important key to a good future. The President has on many occasions emphasized the need for a strong education system. Grants and scholarships are just the beginning of efforts to try to make over higher education. College expenses continue to increase even as the economy slumps. College costs can really add […more]

Latest College Loans News

Dec 20, 2015 | | Say something

Mactech Distance Education to close for 'business' reasons A Cape Breton private career college that came under scrutiny after hundreds of former students failed to repay their student loans is now closing, according to the province. The Department of Advanced Education says Mactech Distance Education quietly … Read more on 0K in debt, 1 semester […more]

Loans For College: A Remarkable Financial Option For The Students

Dec 17, 2015 | | Say something

Someone has rightly put forwarded that the key to success and glory lies in being educated. This line clearly states that only by pursuing higher education, one can secure the future. But, pursuing higher education of your choice comes at a certain price. To a certain extent, it is indeed expensive and without having the […more]

Latest College Loan Options News

Dec 16, 2015 | | Say something

How To Pay For Your Kids' College And Still Have Enough Money To Retire Your kid will have many options to pay for college; you won't for retirement. … The old adage that "your kid can get a loan for college but you can't for retirement" isn't technically true for homeowners, who can achieve that […more]

Latest College Loan Forgiveness News

Dec 15, 2015 | | Say something

A college grad's guide to money management After figuring out how much money you can put toward debt payments each month, come up with a detailed plan for what you'll pay on each credit card or student loan. The way to save the most money is to pay the minimum on each credit card and […more]

College Student Loans – Specially Designed For Students

Dec 13, 2015 | | Say something

Every thing in the present world is very much expensive as the days are passing by. The same thing goes on in case of studies. As the child enters into the college life, he has to pay huge amount of money in the form of fees. College fees become a big burden for the students […more]