Paying off your student loan debt can be a daunting task. Are you stressed about how you're going to make your monthly payments in addition to other bills and responsibilities? Take a look at our student loan repayment strategies infographic and see what may work best for you and your budget. Keep in mind that not every strategy will apply to everyone, but each option is worth looking into!Read More
Resumes aren't only for those searching for a job. Resumes can be useful for high school students prepping for a college interview or they can give it to teachers who are writing them a letter of recommendation. If you're looking for a way to showcase your education, jobs, skills, activities, and awards a resume will be your best bet!Read More
February is here and we can't help but wonder how we are already here. One month into the new year. If you are like most of us, you probably set a New Year's resolution or two to improve your life. Have you stayed on track when it comes to your New Year's resolution? Maybe you wanted to workout three times a week or you wanted to come up with a new strategy for studying. Regardless of your resolution, it's important to keep your goals in sight, your motivation high, and resolve to follow through.Read More
You've decided student loan refinancing is the right course of action for you. Maybe you are sick of your high interest rates, or juggling 4 bills a month from different lenders, or you want a lower monthly payment. Whatever the reason, you've done your research on what student loan refinancing is, understand the pros and cons, and have decided to take the leap.Read More
For the longest time, I thought the phrase "never LOOK a gift-horse in the mouth," was "never LICK a gift-horse in the mouth." Yuck, I wondered, why would anyone do that?! Does that even require such a warning? It turns out that looking at the teeth of a horse someone gifted to you is bad manners.
Whether you are looking or licking (please, don't lick!), it's a bad idea when it comes to financial aid. Don't question free money for college, no matter the amount. Be grateful for any amount that reduces what you need to borrow. Here, we will explain the differences between gift aid and self-help aid for college.Read More