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Making decisions about student loans doesn’t have to be difficult. But it should be personalized.
What should one reader do to consolidate his student loan payments?
The federal government has established a student loan program to enable more students to obtain a college education. They come in two forms: subsidized and unsubsidized.
Where a Stafford Loan or Parent PLUS Loan is available to just about any college student, a Federal Perkins Loan is only available to students who can expect only a minimal level o
Parents can take out low-interest loans in order to help their children pay for school. With a Parent PLUS loan, parents can borrow directly from the federal government and receive
Depending on the type of help you need with paying for college, knowing the differences between government financial aid programs can make a big difference in finding a loan that r
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