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Don’t Give Money Away: Shop Around For Student Loans

If you're looking for ways to finance your graduate or undergraduate education, it pays to shop around for student loans. There are so many different kinds available to everyone in various situations – there's no excuse for paying too much money or getting the wrong loan! The best place to start is with Federal loans. Almost all students are eligible to receive some form of Federal aid, regardless of credit rating or their family’s financial circumstances. The loan amounts can be fairly modest, but they are invaluable for supplementing grants, scholarships or contributions made by another party or your own wallet. And, they offer a grace period of six months after graduation in most cases, and sometimes loans without interest accrual during school can be made to those with greater financial needs. […]

By |July 18th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Pay Off Student Loans or Invest?

Just landed that marquee job post-graduation and have a boat load of cash lying around? Consider yourself lucky in a time where McDonalds wants you to have a college degree to work the register. If you are one of those lucky ones, you have a few very important questions to ask yourself which is “should I pay of my student loans or invest?” This topic is widely debated and some have argued for one or another. There are a plethora of different considerations that must be made before determining the answer to this question. Let’s get started. […]

By |April 23rd, 2013|Pay Off Student Loans|0 Comments

7 Worst Student Money Mistakes

1) Choosing an expensive college. There are a lot of things to consider before deciding to attend a specific college. First, decide what your major is going to be and whether or not your needs could be satisfied with a more affordable community college opposed to an expensive university. Many people choose to attend a cheaper community college for their associate’s degree before moving on to a more expensive school for their bachelor’s degree or higher. If you plan to do this, make sure that your classes and credits can be transferred. […]

By |April 9th, 2013|Investing|0 Comments

5 Majors With The Highest ROI

Majoring in whatever you love to do will almost always gain you the highest return of interest emotionally. Fiscally, however, it may be a different story. compiled data using the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and a disinterested survey panel to come up with a list of college majors with the highest return of interest, organized by educational degrees held by employed individuals. […]

By |March 19th, 2013|Investing|0 Comments