If you or your children have borrowed federal student loans, and you currently have any balances, you are potentially eligible for the new student loan forgiveness program announced by President Biden. Here are some quick facts and details you should know about the program, whether you qualify, and how to apply.
It’s October, and that means it’s FAFSA season. The Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available beginning October 1 of each year. Here are the 7 quick tips you need to know to make sure you don’t miss any deadlines and don’t miss out on any financial aid opportunities.
How would you like your child to get a college scholarship worth $10,000 per year? How about boosting that award from $10,000 to $24,000? Here’s how big savings like these are possible with small academic improvements that your student can make on their college test scores or GPA.
Parents never want to let their kids down, but it can easily happen when it comes to college and financial aid. If you make bad financial assumptions and don’t do your research, you can end up ruining your child’s college dreams. That’s what happened to one family that came to me after they made some huge mistakes and learned the hard way. But here’s how you can avoid doing the same thing by taking the right steps right now.
College is expensive, and it’s not getting any cheaper. This is why it pays to know your best student loan options. Here are the top student loans to help you pay for college, save money, and avoid graduating with crippling financial debt.