There is no need to retain all your financial papers indefinitely. Some can be discarded within a year or less, while other records should be kept longer.
Student loan repayment is a reality that borrowers must face. But you could apply for a deferment or forbearance from your loan servicer.
Take the time to boost your financial literacy; it will then be easier to steer clear of financial aid scams and frauds in the future.
February is Financial Aid Awareness Month, so it is a perfect time to learn more about paying for school and the resources available to you.
There are a variety of ways to pay for your educational expenses, but scholarships and grants are one of the best options available.
Flipping the calendar to a new year seems to motivate people to set new personal goals for themselves. So why not set some financial goals for 2019?
There are always ways to get creative when it comes to holiday shopping. Everyone’s budget is unique, so do not feel discouraged.
The best way to ensure that you do not reach your financial aid limits is to borrow only the amount of loan funding you truly need for your education.