Student Loan Consolidation

Student Loan Consolidation Dealing with Student Loans: A Comprehensive Guide Has to be one of the best books on student loans out there. Thoroughly researched and detailed w lots of real world examples. Right now, no matter what you’ve read online, there are no secrets or tricks to handling your student loans, and there are … Continue reading “Student Loan Consolidation”

Plan would cap rates on loans to undergrads

Under the compromise measure, undergraduate students would pay a rate of 3.85% next year on subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford loans. The plan would cap rates on loans to undergrads at 8.25%, for graduate students at 9.5% and parents at 10.5%. While this is not the agreement that any of us would have written, and many … Continue reading “Plan would cap rates on loans to undergrads”

How To Save Money And Loan Consolidation

How To Save Money And Loan Consolidation An inquiry is one of the tasks that is easier said than done. But you can do a lot of things to spend less money (although it can be difficult for you too). How much money do you want to save, where will you put it and how … Continue reading “How To Save Money And Loan Consolidation”

Credit Repair Secret: Remove All Negative Accounts In 30 Days

The Easy Section 609 Credit Repair Secret: Remove All Negative Accounts In 30 Days Using A Federal Law Loophole That Works Every Time This guy spent many years struggling with poor credit, but he cleaned it up with the section 609 credit repair secret. You don’t need to spend any money on attorneys and credit … Continue reading “Credit Repair Secret: Remove All Negative Accounts In 30 Days”

Too many borrowers remain unaided

The greatest challenge we face at this moment, however, has less to do with the price of new student loans than it does the $1.1 trillion that has already been drawn down. And while the government has made a decent effort to address this problem, too many borrowers remain unaided because their loans have been … Continue reading “Too many borrowers remain unaided”