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Concerned about Student Loans?
There are quite a few media coverages regarding student loans lately, perhaps it is the college application season? If you are in the planning stage, visit the Federal Student Aid website for additional information. If you already have student loans and are concerned about the repayment options, check the following two government websites for useful information: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Department of Education.
After hearing the N+1 time of "if an emergency happens, I will just put it on credit", I am grateful to find this article as an additional supporting evidence for why that may not be ideal. Did you have an "A-ha!" moment as well? Share your story! Old car teaches new grad the value of an emergency fund.
One relative asked me if the family should invest in a college advisor to help my cousin with her application, starting from her Freshman year, since I was the only girl in the big family that made it to an Ivy League. The cost of the college advisor? A staggering $20,000 fee. Let's hope this article can help trim that cost down a bit. 10 things the college admissions office won't tell You.
Wan McCormick is a Certified Financial Planner and Accredited Financial Counselor. At Reliable Alliance Financial, our goal is to provide affordable and objective financial advisory to consumers with honesty and transparency.