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Charter One Private Student Loan Review

The Charter One Private Student Loan option is called the TruFit student loan. This loan is available for undergraduate and graduate students. Offering fixed and variable interest options, this is a very versatile loan. There are also varying borrow limits for specific college programs. […]

By |November 4th, 2013|Student Loans|0 Comments

CU Student Loans Review for 2013 School Year

The CU Student Loans is a great network that comprise of more than 160 non-profit credit union lenders. The lenders’ main goal is to offer all the members with an option that is more cost-effective based on the programs of private student loan. The CU Scholar Private Student Loan and the CU Grad Private Student Loan Consolidation are the two loan products being offered by the program. […]

By |October 12th, 2013|Student Loans|0 Comments

Is There a Dollar Limit on Scholarship Amounts?

One of the main questions that counselors and scholarship advisors are asked is, “Is there a dollar limit on scholarship amounts?” interestingly, the answer is a resounding, “Sort of.” While there are really no federal or state laws setting dollar limits on scholarship amounts, there are as many restrictions, limits, qualifications and technicalities concerning college funding as there are scholarships available. […]

By |September 26th, 2013|Scholorships|0 Comments

Impact of student loans on economic recovery?

Introduction: The economic recovery, what exactly is it? Some would say the ability for the country to rebound after a major downturn in the financial markets. Others would simply say the ability for me to purchase a new home for my family. The term definitely has different meaning for different people. Today, we’ll speak about the impact student loans has on the economic recovery and how we think students have been affected by them. […]

By |September 3rd, 2013|Refinance|0 Comments

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

How to Get a Student Loan from

What is a student loan? As the name refers, a student loan is a loan taken by the students so that they can pay off their university or college fees and other expenditures related to their studies. These loans are dedicated for students who are willing to study, but due to their poor financial state, they are forced to drop out of their studies. Where can you get one? […]

By |August 5th, 2013|Student Loans|0 Comments

How These 2 Students Racked Up 6 Figure Student Loans

Whenever we think of college and all the great things that come from attending a world class university, we only ponder upon the victorious things like the first job and graduation day. There is another side of college filled with horror, poverty and extreme sadness. The world of student debt is where thousands of proud graduates live. It’s a very, very sad place…welcome, you are entering the loan zone. […]

By |July 30th, 2013|Applying for Loans|0 Comments

Joe Mihalic’s Destroy Student Debt- Book Review

The author (Joe Mihalic) is really determined to combat and destroy student debt from the student loan program that was imposed by the government decades ago. It was clear that most people were victims of student loan and until now, the problem of paying the loan still exists especially when there are quotas. […]

By |July 8th, 2013|Weekly Resources|0 Comments

Is A Student Loan Consolidation Right For You?

When you graduate from college and have to take a hard look at the debt accrued over your years as a college student, you might feel like it is a frightening prospect. This is especially true if you have struggled to find a job in a failing economy and have reached the end of any forbearance or deferment periods. At this time, you might be wondering how you are going to make your student loan payments, and whether student loan consolidation is right for you. […]

By |June 24th, 2013|Consolidation|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