Student Loan Forgiveness Programs: Making Stafford Debts Easier to Clear

July 10, 2012 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Debt 

There is no doubt that, for so many college goers, the challenge is not to graduate but to pay exorbitant college fees. Recent surveys have revealed that the average 25-year-old graduate emerges from college with $30,000 consumer debts as well as student loans to repay. Little wonder student loan (read on...)

Who Says You Can’t Afford Excellent Education?

May 16, 2012 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Loans 

Have you ever heard the story of Rich Dad, Poor Dad? This is actually a best-selling book authored by one of the most successful men in the world, Robert Kiyosaki. He couldn’t stress enough how important education is. No matter what path you decide to take in the future, education will (read on...)

A Single Mom School Loan May Be Just the Ticket

April 24, 2012 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Loans 

You can take advantage of single mom loans to deal with the expenses and bills that are associated with higher education. A single mom loan can come in a variety of options. This kind of loan can be offered by the government or by private lenders. For each institution, the amount of maximum (read on...)

Debt Consolidation Loans: Advice On How To Navigate Student Loans

March 20, 2012 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Debt 

Debt consolidation loans mainly deal with ways of helping students seeking higher education to acquire the education smoothly without any financial struggles. They must not be mistaken with scholarships and grants since at the end a person who benefited from the program has to pay back all the (read on...)

What Do Low APR Loans Mean and How Can I Find Loan Providers Providing This Type of Program?

February 27, 2012 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Loans 

APR fundamentally means annual percentage rate and it is generally just associated with financial loans. It determines the amount of interest a client must pay. The total amount of interest depends upon the amount borrowed and on the standards set by the finance company. There is no standard rule (read on...)

How Loans Are Handled In Bankruptcy

January 21, 2012 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Bankruptcy 

While the common distinction of how debts are handled in bankruptcy focuses on “secured” versus “unsecured” debts, there are some important exceptions to these cases. Some loans may be considered an unsecured debt, but that doesn’t necessarily guarantee they will be (read on...)

Credit Repair Opportunities for 2012

December 21, 2011 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Credit 

Moving Forward into the New Year Recent years have been economically difficult for most Americans. And as the economy has struggled, lenders have continued to tighten credit requirements, making things even harder for credit challenged consumers. But there have also been positive and (read on...)

Government Loans to Finance Education

November 16, 2011 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Loans 

If you are a student looking for student loans, then you know exactly what Department of Education loans are. If you are not aware or are looking for more information about this loan, then it is advised that you keep reading The Role Played By US Department Of Education The United States (read on...)

Why Should I Consider Consolidating Student Loans?

November 11, 2011 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Loans 

Nearly anyone that has ever attended a college, or another higher-education institution, has taken out student loans. Often times, these financial advances are considered a dual blade: a blessing, as they are the means to an end, and a curse, since they are often tricky to receive and difficult (read on...)

A Surprising Reason Why Your Bankruptcy Case Might Be Dismissed

November 11, 2011 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Bankruptcy 

When it comes to filing a bankruptcy case, you might think that things are pretty cut and dried. All you have to do is consult with a bankruptcy attorney, compile a list of your assets and liabilities, submit them to the bankruptcy court, and sit back as you wait for the final decision on your (read on...)