Tag: student lending

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How COVID-19 Affects Student Loans

August 21, 2020. Andrew Sheldon

The upcoming school year may be chaotic by the student loan process doesn’t need to be.

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Then vs. Now: US Student Debt

June 25, 2020. Cassandra Raposo

Here’s the lowdown on how the cost of higher education has increased over the decades, why it continues to rise and other student debt facts.

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Saving and Paying for College

April 30, 2020. Nalea Ko

Learn how to plan ahead, so you can save enough money to cover college tuition, room and board, and course materials.

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5 Great Gigs and Part-Time Jobs for College Students

February 19, 2020. Dallas Ernst

College costs are higher than ever, but there are a variety of available side gigs and part-time jobs for college students looking to earn money.

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Reasons to Refinance Student Loans: Pros and Cons

April 15, 2019. Shantal Riley

Student loan refinancing can you help you to pay back your debt more efficiently, but there are a few positives and negatives to consider first.

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How to Consolidate Student Loans

January 29, 2019. Cassandra Raposo

One student loan, two student loans – oh my! How to keep track of them all? Here’s how to consolidate student loans.

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Lending Terms 101: A Lesson in Lending, Loans and Other Financial Topics

January 08, 2019. AAA Staff

A refresher course on lending terms and phrases. Consider sharing with the college students and recent grads in your life – even the ones who think they know it all.

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Navigating the Grad School College Search Process

January 02, 2019. Cassandra Raposo

The college search process is difficult enough for a burgeoning undergrad. Searching for a grad school can be just as stressful.

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Affordable Ways to Earn a College Degree

October 19, 2018. Rebecca Galib

Let’s be honest. College is just plain expensive. A bachelor’s degree can cost anywhere from $37,000 to over $130,000, according to the College Board. In 2017, members of Generation X had outstanding student loans averaging $40,000, according to Experian’s State of Student Debt report. Compare that to baby boomers, who owed an average of $36,200,…

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Is Grad School Worth It? How to Determine If It’s the Right Option for You

August 05, 2018. Cassandra Raposo

Getting a graduate degree may seem like a no-brainer to some, but it’s a weighted decision to make.