FAFSA Tips So That You Can Get The Most Financial Help For College
Do you know what FAFSA is? If you are in college or about to enter college, I hope you do! FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. It is a form that is filled out by college students or those who are about to enter college to see if they qualify for any financial aid.
So you want to go to college? Well, it's going to cost you. As an out-of-state college student, I pay quite the pretty penny for college, so you can bet I want to make that pretty penny as small as...
College Scholarships Guide
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How I Paid Off $40,000 In Student Loans in 7 Months
Want to learn how to pay off student loans? With my student loan repayment plan, I was able to pay off $40,000 in student loan debt in 7 months!
9 Creative Scholarships with January Deadlines Worth $20,000 | The University Network
January is a new beginning, and a new beginning is great for developing a new habit. This year, get into the habit of applying to as many scholarships as possible (but do so strategically) so you can get some extra cash for school. Going to college isn't cheap, and unfortunately, you have to work to get "free money." […]
HOW I PAID OFF $48K OF STUDENT LOANS IN 18 MONTHS –
Have you been worrying about how you are ever going to pay off your student loans? Here is how I paid off my student loans in 18 months.
Find out how Acadia paid off $97,000 of student loan debt.
Acadia and her husband took an unconventional approach to paying off $97k.
How Do Student Loans Affect Your Tax Refund?
Student loans affect your tax refund by helping you with student loan interest deduction, but also could make you owe.
There may be no more term papers or all-nighters for you, but your student debt payments are just beginning. Welcome to adulthood. Don’t worry, it’s not all doom and gloom. You will pay off your student debt. With a little planning and smart spending, you can do it sooner than you think. Read these tips to make sure you stay on schedule and become debt free as soon as possible.
The Best Thing You Can Do When You’re Getting Out of Debt
There is one thing you can do that will help you learn how to get out of student debt. Learn the best thing you can do when you're getting out of debt.
How to Get Rid of Student Loans: Your Fast Repayment Plan
L. Bee note: This post was also slated to appear during March debt pay off month, but got pushed. Given how many people have student loans, I thought it would fit in nicely with Financial Literacy Month. Enjoy! Here’s a secret: I graduated college with next-to-zero student loan debt. Only about $1400 worth in a private … Read more...
Adios, Student Debt: How I Paid Off $30,000 In 10 Months
We all have a risk meter — or a little voice in our heads that says, “This doesn’t feel right.” In 2010, I graduated from Boise State University with close to $30,000 in debt. I remember holding that student loan bill and thinking, “Holy crap,…
How to Create a Plan of Attack on Student Loan Interest - Life and a Budget
Feels like you can't make progress on your student loan repayment? If so, you need a strategic plan to fight student loan interest!