You’re in college and student loans is a hot topic especially when you take into consideration the fact that the total amount of education loan debt in this country is a trillion dollars more than the sum total of credit card debt that’s owned by American consumers of that trillion dollars in student loan debt roughly $850 even if it is in the form of government or government guaranteed loans which continue to be the most cost effective and flexible education.
Yes. Since 2010 the government has been offering education loans on a direct basis is no longer a need for a middle man when you’re borrowing for college grad school or professional grade. You’ll find the information that you need about the Federal Direct Loans program from four college students parents grad students professionals on the federal student aid site which is linked in the book you’re also finding an incredible amount of helpful information on the thin aid dot org site which is also a way in the book.
From from my point of view and the point of view of most other finance professionals there is no better option than financing your education through the fixed rate loan programs that the government offers. And frankly there’s no other lending that you should consider for this. The key however is to have a plan for the amount of debt you’re contemplating.
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