Help with loans

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caileyberry
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Re: Help with loans

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Student loan first before applying for another loan, saved. But have you, guys heard about Department of Education's warning on profit educational institutions? It says there are too many individuals from these institutions who are finding it hard to repay their student loans. That if the circumstance does not reverse, those schools might drop access to federal student aid.

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See if there are any grants or scholarships you can get that may help with the costs of tuition. Also, be careful with private student loans, sometimes they have ridiculous interest rates.

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Why you are thinking about private loan? Take with Government loan employer. Also talk with your faculty dean that is there any chance to transfer you credit.

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if your loan interest is very high, you can always consolidate or refinance. They even do federal loans to private loans. Well you can always PM me if you have any questions. well its called Sofi Social Finance.Here is my referral link: http://friends.sofi.com/3bmbL $100.Not everyone gets approved, but definitely worth registering and checking it out.Gdluck

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Thanks for the useful ideas, however many students rely on financial aid and scholarship opportunities to help manage college costs, including tuition, fees and books. Apparently, the federal government introduced its new "shopping sheet" financial aid form on Tuesday, July 24. The feds say that the brand new form will make student loan shopping more clear and understandable. The Obama Administration is entreating the nation's colleges and university to make the form regular by the 2013-2014 school terms. If you need help paying for school.

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