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Posted November 24, 2014 by

Really Costly Mistakes That Parents Tend To Make When Saving Money For College

Jeremy Biberdorf

Jeremy Biberdorf

Based on how many children you have, the expenses associated with college are the most expensive except retirement payments. With this in mind, it is obvious that problems can appear and mistakes can be done. The huge problem is that most people do not actually consider subscribing to the top finance blogs and this automatically means a lack of knowledge, which can lead to mistakes. Learn all that you can about the topic and never make the following mistakes when saving money for college. (more…)

Posted March 17, 2014 by

Financing Your Business Career With Green Deals

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Businessman wearing a green tie with thumbs up. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The field of loan segment is increasing in a fast pace. The banking sectors are coming up with new and innovative methods to make your business reach the highest ranking position by offering the best monetary help for different situations. Keeping the prevent ecofriendly situation in mind, the governmental aids have come across a new segment, known as the green deal. It can be defined as an innovative way of a financial mechanism, which will help the people to pay for some of their energy efficient improvisation. This can be done by saving more towards their energy bills. This can also be defined as a new method, launched on a recent value and it can be applied in both non-domestic and residential sectors. This new policy is going to replace the former policies, associated with CESP or CERT subjects. (more…)

Posted March 13, 2014 by

Developing your Career Potential in Providing Credit Relief Services

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Green road sign with debt relief just ahead; clouds and sunlight in background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A career in credit relief implies several key responsibilities. The vacuum of credit needs the best understanding of different relevant scenarios. You need to maintain a good knowledge on how banks work and how agencies assign a credit score. Finding the right company is essential for professional success. You need to check the registration and licensing details of the service where you are applying. Not all companies operate a legal business although they may publish vacancy advertisements. Check in the different factors defining the credibility of the service. Always verify the service has a valid licensure to offer debt financing. You may need debt assistance personally. You also need a job. Combine both aspects and look for a stable job at a debt relief service. (more…)

Posted February 04, 2014 by

7 Things You Can Expect to Share With Your Roommates

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Two roommates playing video games, while their roommate is cleaning. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Dorm life is the epitome of community living. You share a bedroom, a bathroom, and quite possibly a lot of other things with a roommate or a group of people. Because college is expensive—most students can expect to graduate with a loan balance of nearly $30,000—it makes sense to share costs whenever possible. Here are seven things you can share with your roommate in order to save money. (more…)

Posted December 10, 2013 by

Crisis in Colleges: Where Are the Students?

People talk about the importance of getting a college education, but it seems that for one reason or another not as many students are going to college.  The following infographic highlights these reasons, along with other information related to the college crisis. (more…)

Posted January 04, 2013 by

3 Things to Do During Your Student Loan Grace Period

CollegeRecruiter.comHow can you prepare to pay back your student loans before they are due?  Here is some advice in the following post.

Your student loan grace period is a set amount of time after you graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment, but before you must begin repayment on your loan. The grace period gives you time to get financially settled and to select your repayment plan. Not all federal student loans have a grace period. Note that for many loans, interest will accrue during your grace period.

Here are three things you can do during your grace period to prepare for repayment:

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3 Things to Do During Your Student Loan Grace Period

Posted January 04, 2013 by

Five Things to Know About Your Student Loans

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post provides information on student loans, in case you need to get some or you will be paying some back.

Over the next few months, many students who graduated or left school in the spring of 2012 will reach the end of their grace period and start repaying their student loans. Now is a great time to brush up on the basics of student loans.

Financial aid comes in many forms. Grants and scholarships are often called “gift aid” because they don’t have to be repaid. Another form of financial aid is work-study.  Federal Work-Study provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses.

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Five Things to Know About Your Student Loans

Posted December 04, 2012 by

College Life 101: How to Deal With Financial Emergencies

CollegeRecruiter.comCollege students and their families understand certain costs come with going to college.  However, what about those unexpected times when extra cash is needed?  Find out how military students and their families, and other people can get through challenging situations.

For many college students, class is back in session, which means there are books to read, homework assignments to complete, and papers to write. It also means another year of tuition bills, housing costs, and other expenses. Financing a college education is no small feat, especially for military parents and students whose education budgets have very little wiggle room. So what happens when an unexpected education expense pops up? For military parents and students, the answer is easy: a military loan.

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Posted November 30, 2012 by

What Is a Loan Servicer and Why Should I Care?

CollegeRecruiter.comIf you don’t know what a loan servicer is, you may want to if you’re going to be paying back student loans.  The following post will help you understand the purpose of a loan servicer and why it is important.

So you took out a federal student loan and now it’s time to pay it back. I was in your exact position a year ago and even though I was working at Federal Student Aid, the student loan repayment process was overwhelming.

One of my first questions was: Why am I receiving federal student loan bills from a company rather than the U.S. Department of Education? If you have asked yourself a similar question, this may help:

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