student loans



federal student loans

federal student loans

Federal Direct Loans are loans for students and parents to help pay for the cost of a student's education after high school. The lender is the U.S. Department of Education. The money you borrow must be used for any school costs including tuition, fees, books, supplies, or room and board. Here are the types of loans available through the Federal Direct Loan Program.

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student loan forgiveness options

student loan forgiveness options

Student loan forgiveness is a process in which all or part of a borrower's federal student loans can be canceled. In order to qualify for forgiveness programs, a borrower must meet very specific eligibility requirements. Here are the most common ways to obtain student loan forgiveness.

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think about your repayment plan when taking out student loans

think about your repayment plan when taking out student loans

If you will be taking out student loans to pay for college, it is imperative that you borrow responsibly and make sound investments in your education.

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borrower responsibilities and rights

borrower responsibilities and rights

When you take out a Stafford loan, you will have certain responsibilities and rights as a borrower. Make sure you are familiar with the following responsibilities and rights before you sign the promissory note.

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tax rewards for your college spending

tax rewards for your college spending

There are numerous tax credits and tax benefits to help families manage the cost of higher education. Here is an overview of some of the programs available.

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income-based repayment plan

income-based repayment plan

Income-Based Repayment (IBR) is a repayment option for federal student loans. IBR can help make your student loan payments more manageable by determining your payment amount based on your income and family size.

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federal perkins loan program

federal perkins loan program

Federal Perkins loans are low-interest student loans awarded through participating institutions to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate exceptional financial need. Unlike most scholarships and grants, student loans – including Perkins loans – must be repaid.

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tips for repaying your student loans

tips for repaying your student loans

After you graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment, you will soon have to start repayment on your student loans. Understanding the repayment process for these loans will help you build a solid financial foundation. Utilize the following tips to repay your student loans.

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student loan repayment

student loan repayment

Did you know that special programs and options exist for student loan repayment? Here is what you should know about paying back your student loans.

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grad plus loan

grad plus loan

Grad PLUS loans are federal loans that are available to graduate and professional students. Here's an overview of the Grad PLUS loan program.

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