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3 Things Your Financial Aid Advisor Isn’t Telling You

Every college in the nation has a financial aid department with people ready and willing to assist. They help guide students and their parents through the process of filling out paperwork and such. Although they do provide much information, financial aid advisors may be missing some crucial bits of info that may cause adverse effects on a student’s post college life. I’ve detailed 3 glaring examples of places where financial advisors may be lacking. […]

By |August 20th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

5 things your bank isn’t telling you about student loans

Banks are a great resource to visit for information regarding school loans. Unfortunately, banks are also where many sales occur. In theory, banks make plenty of money from student loans. Banks need the students to continue taking loans because that’s one of their major financial instruments. Therefore, certain information you will not be told when consulting with your bank in regards to loans. Read below for 5 distinct examples. […]

By |August 13th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

Best Time To Refinance a Student Loan

For those students who are about to graduate from college, the idea of beginning to repay substantial student loan debt can be overwhelming. There may be questions about when the best time to refinance a student loan is, or if it is a good idea to refinance the loans at all. We have created a brief guide that will help answer some of the pressing questions for college graduates. […]

By |June 17th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

HEROES Act Provides Financial Relief for Students

Getting a college education often presents a significant financial burden, and students in the armed forces face particularly harsh challenges when they are called to active service. In 2003, the Higher Education Relief Opportunities for Students (HEROES) act was signed into law, ensuring financial flexibility and assistance to students in the military affected by deployment in times of war or emergency. The Secretary of Education may now regulate any statutory or regulatory aspects of Title IV student financial aid. Affected individuals eligible for these provisions, along with their spouses and dependents, include: • […]

By |June 13th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

GoFreeCredit Review

Keeping a close eye on one's credit score is a good way of figuring out when is the best time to take out a loan, especially for graduates and undergraduates. Applying for a new credit line, especially for tuition and the expenses of college life can be a daunting task for those who don't know where to start. It can also become intimidating for those who feel pressured by banks to accept their loans over others, making the shopping around aspect of the entire process difficult. […]

By |March 18th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

10 Ways To Make Money in College

1) Become a tutor Chances are you’re good with at least one main subject, such as math or music. Chances are there’s someone in your area who isn’t but wants to be, and who will pay you quite well to share your skills. If you’re really good, word-of-mouth might be enough, but even so, placing an ad in college and local newspapers or on public bulletin boards with your desired pay and contact info will net you some clients. If you satisfy their needs they’ll likely recommend you to their friends and family, which will increase your earnings exponentially. […]

By |March 5th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

3 Ways to Build Your Credit

Building your credit and having a high FICO score is a way to let lenders know that you can responsibly handle debt repayment. If you have no credit history, you have to build one for the sole purpose of proving that you are worthy of receiving credit from various lending institutions. For example if you are looking to get a student loan and you have no cosigner and no credit history you are going to have a very difficult time. If you’ve yet to establish credit, or are looking to rebuild credit, then here are a few ways to help give your credit the boost it needs: […]

By |February 14th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

Student Loan Refinance Rate 2013

Consolidation of student loans can sometimes be a tough choice for some students to make. Although it does decrease the amount of payments down to one each month, the student will have a longer time of paying of all of his loans through one consolidation company. Another added benefit is that it eliminates the need to remember several interest rates of different lenders and only focus on one, which could end up being lower than some loans if they are at variable interest rates. So how does one find the best consolidation rate for their student loan? Here's some steps he can take to avoid getting crushed by high interest rates. […]

By |February 11th, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

Student Loan Refinance Rate

When refinancing or consolidating a student loan, it is important to know what your new rate will be, so you can continue to make on time monthly payments and pay off your loan quickly. Before you refinance a loan, it is important to decide if it is the best option. Refinancing or consolidation are good options when a borrower needs to lower their monthly interest rate or extend the term of the loan. […]

By |September 9th, 2012|Refinance|0 Comments

How To Refinance Student Loans

In the United States, the average student loan debt of a recent graduate is $21,000. If you are among the millions of young Americans with student loan debt, it is important to know your options for refinancing your student loan. […]

By |September 8th, 2012|Refinance|0 Comments