Category Archives: student loans

Public vs. Private – Sorting Through Student Loan Types

By , Posted on Sep 01, 2017
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It’s surprising, but many students don’t know where their money is coming from when they sign up for student loans and other financial aid. Instead, your school will likely include student loans as part of your financial aid package. Once you’ve graduated, it becomes your responsibility. That’s why it’s important to understand what types of loans...

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How Much Do I Really Owe? A Quick Guide to Assessing Your Student Loan Debt

By , Posted on Aug 25, 2017
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As you’re transitioning from college into the “real world” it’s easy to forget about your student loans. You’ve got a new life to start, a career to enter, and a world of possibilities to explore. Unfortunately, your loans haven’t forgotten about you, and you may find yourself wondering, “How much do I owe on my...

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Six Ways for Recent Grads to Save Money While Looking for Their Next Job

By , Posted on Aug 11, 2017
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While you’re looking for your first (or next) job, many grads worry about how they’ll be able to make ends meet until they have a paycheck. In our previous article, we talked about ways to make money while looking for a job. Here are six ways that you can save money at the same time....

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Five Ways Recent Graduates Can Earn Extra Income While Searching for Their Next Job

By , Posted on Aug 04, 2017
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Congratulations graduate. You’re out in the world. Now you need to find a job. A job doesn’t necessarily mean a nine-to-five cubicle existence, but it does mean that you’re building a career, a business or a pathway to future financial strength. More than any of the ideas listed below, this should be your priority. While...

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