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Jan
26
2015

Why Use a Cosigner for Your Student Loan?

Oftentimes students will take advantage of help from someone who has a longer or stronger credit history in order to qualify for a student loan or student loan refinance. That other person cosigns the loan application, so that the lender will consider their credit and income as well as yours. There are many benefits to […]

Posted by David Barak

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Jan
22
2015

Your Guide to the 2015 – 2016 FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form used by colleges to calculate a current or prospective student’s funding ability. Every year you have to complete the FAFSA to be eligible for financial aid. If you are a dependent student, a parent must also file the FAFSA. Your eligibility is based off […]

Posted by Mary Grace Leal

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Jan
19
2015

Benefits of Refinancing Your Student Loans With a Local Lender

Local. It means so much to people these days. Where we used to want to take advantage of the best deals from around the country, we now recognize the benefit we have in investing our money into our local communities. After all, when we buy local, we are helping to support the people who live […]

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Jan
15
2015

Why Refinance Your Student Loans With a Credit Union?

Are you looking to refinance student loans? Are you searching for a low interest rate? Have you thought about a local credit union rather than a large bank conglomerate? Credit unions are sometimes viewed as local banks with limited services. With the expansion of online access, mobile apps, satellite locations, and expanded ATM access, access […]

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Jan
12
2015

Should You Pay Off Your Student Loans Now Or Later?

Student loan debt is one of the most challenging types of debt to have. It’s an I.O.U. against your future earnings – and as such, most financial gurus tell you that you should try to pay off your student loans as fast as possible. And for many people, that’s sage advice. However, there are other […]

Posted by David Barak

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