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.
Want to learn the basics of student loans and how to avoid graduating with huge college debt? Join Brad and his guest, independent educational consultant Chuck Erickson, as they talk about student loans, how they work, the best options for students and their families, and provide answers to some of parents’ most common loans questions. Listen Now…
Student loan forgiveness has been a big topic in political campaigns, but what does it mean for parents who may still have student loans, who may have already paid off their loans, or are sending kids off to college soon? Read what our mom blogger found out as she sought the answers.
Many parents assume that student loans are a terrible idea and a one-way ticket to massive debt. But that’s not the real story. Our resident mom blogger shares what she’s learned about student loans and how the right loans can help pay for college at a relatively low cost.
Some families use government loans to help pay for college, but they might not cover all your costs or provide the best possible interest rates. In this article, we’ll explore private student loans, how they work, and how to determine if they’re a good strategy or alternative for your family.