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Archive for February, 2013

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Why Should You Use Student Loan Consolidation Companies?

Is There Value In Using Student Loan Consolidation Companies? Student loan consolidation companies can help you greatly lower your loan payment if you are unable to find a job, get injured, or any other financial catastrophe arises. Companies like Loan Approval Direct and Next Student have been proven winners for quite some time now. They [...]

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Emergency Student Loans To The Rescue!

Emergency student loans Emergency student loans sure do come in handy when you’re faced with an unexpected emergency that has the capability to derail severely impact your college education in a negative way. The fact of the matter is that if you run out of money while you’re at college, the chances are that you’re [...]

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What’s The Deal With Citi Student Loans?

About Citi student loans This used to be a great place to go for student loans. However, as of December 31st, 2010, Citi sold this part of its operations to Discover Bank. You could, though, still submit applications through the bank up until the end of 2012. Now, what used to be Citi student loans [...]

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Need A Graduate School Loan?

Who Offers Graduate School Loans? Salliemae has a few different kinds of graduate school loans available including the Smart Option Student Loan, the Residency and Relocation Loans, and the Bar Study Loan. Each program offers quite a bit of flexibility depending on your goals and schedule. Other ways to get assistance from a government sponsored [...]

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How To Get Private Student Loans Without A Cosigner

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Educational Loans For Parents

Educational loans for parents PLUS loans, also known as the Direct Loan Program, are loans that are tailored to professional degree or graduate students who are also parents of a student that is currently an undergraduate to assist with the ever rising education expenses. The U.S. Department of education makes these loans to people by [...]

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