Student Loan Debt
How to avoid incurring student load debt and how to pay off your student debt if you already have it.
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It seems contradictory, but many students find they are too poor for college, and too rich for financial aid, making paying for college challenging. Financial aid can be detrimental to middle-class students, find ways around it here!
While many schools do include loans as a means of paying for their programs, there are also colleges that meet 100% financial need entirely loan-free. This means your child can get their degree without student loans being part of the financial aid package. If your student is interested in exploring these options, here’s what you need to know.
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College is expensive, but before you consider crossing a school of your list, you should look into opportunities for merit aid first. Turns out that there is a lot of money available if you’re deserving, but you need to plan carefully and choose your targets wisely. Here are four tips to help you and your teenager save money and pay for college. #highschool #college #scholarship #teens #parentingteens
As if the thought of paying for college weren't already stressful enough, financial aid letters are jam-packed with big numbers and mysterious acronyms. To make it even more confusing, colleges don’t all follow the same format for offer letters. It's stressful! We're here to help break this down for you! Check out the blog to take the mystery out of understanding Financial Aid. College Financial Aid, College prep, College admissions