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How can tuition reimbursement programs pay for your degree?

November 30,2010 by: Dallas Browne

You have been working for quite some years now and are sick and tired of the everyday monotony. Do you want some excitement? Do you want more challenges? Do you want more money? If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, then a college degree is the best option for you. But the question now arises of whether you can afford a degree while having a family to sustain. You need to do some research to understand the opportunities out there. You will find out that your current employer can cover a portion if not the whole … (more) November 30, 2010

How can debt consolidation help in times of financial distress?

November 29,2010 by: Dallas Browne

All walks of life in this country have been affected in some way or the other by the global economic crisis that has hit the world. It’s not just you or your neighbor. People who have very diligent with their spending and savings habits are also not free from the affects of this mass murderer of the 21st century. With increasing debt, people have started taking the help of debt relief agencies to help them get over this difficult time.  It will obviously hurt when you find that years of hard work are being washed down the drain. After giving … (more) November 29, 2010

Risks of co-signing for your child’s student loans

November 28,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Helping your child get into college is one of the greatest gifts that you can give him or her. You may have the funds to pay for their entire education if you are well paid and have a huge asset base. But if you do not, then you need to look for loans in order to satiate their needs. It can always be an exciting time when your child gets ready to go to college. It all begins with studying for the SAT or GRE and then when the scores come out there are tears or joy and sorrow. In … (more) November 28, 2010

Getting scholarships and grants for higher education

November 27,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Those students who are fresh out of school have two options these days, either get into college or find a low paid odd job to live off of for the rest of their lives. Getting into college can be a hard task given the levels of competition and not to mention the exorbitant costs involved. So after high school, there is always a flurry of activity with kids trying to outpace each other to get a better SAT score which will more or less decide their fate. Academic credentials do matter, but high school credentials are all about involving yourself … (more) November 27, 2010

Getting into college with the help of student loans and grants

November 26,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Getting into college is a good thing for many reasons. It brings about a lot of potential opportunities like a great career, independence and a lot of new beginnings. But it also means that you will have to spend a lot of money beforehand in order to get into college in the first place. And in order to get this money, you need to take out a loan. And repaying loans can get very difficult later on after graduation. Repaying a hefty loan can be very difficult. It was recently found by the public interest research group that approximately half … (more) November 26, 2010