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Students in college need Budget Management skills to be able to budget and spend their money wisely. Most students pay for education when they are in college with loans and debts. If they fail to spend the money in necessities they may accumulate huge debts which they will pay after college. By budgeting the student will be able to control spending and learn financial management skills when they are in college. If you have not…
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Education Funding

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College Funding/Education Funding is provided by the Federal Government which uses federal revenue to finance education through the U.S. Department of Education. There are grants for the needy students which are Pell Grant, TEACH Grant and SMART Grant and other scholarships for U.S. students and International students.The U.S. Department of Education gives loans to students and parents through their Direct Loan Program. These loans are-:- Perkins Loans which are need-based and subsidized for eligible students…
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Cash Loan

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A student who joins college will find that paying for tuition is only part of the challenge. There will be other expenses which will need to be paid for, such as room and board, food, travelling, supplies, entertainment, clothing and other expenses. The Cash Loan can be used to pay other basics necessities such as buying a computer for college work, books etc. There are times a student will be faced with unexpected expenses and…
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College Saving Plan

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Children grow fast and before we realize it they may be on their way to college faster than we expected. A College Saving Plan is important and no parent wants to disappoint a child who has worked hard through high school with inability to take them to post-secondary education. College education will offer the child great rewarding opportunities in their future careers. It is important to have a College Saving Plan early. Saving in parents…
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Lender

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College Financing Lender list includes the Federal Government, State Education Agencies, Banks and financial institutions.The Federal Government through the U.S. Department of Education is the main Lender of subsidized and unsubsidized student loans. The Department gives loans to need-based students who demonstrate financial need after they have exhausted Federal Grants, scholarships and work-study aid. PLUS Loans for parents and PLUS Loans for graduates and professional students are also available.U.S. Department of Education Stafford Loans which…
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Parent Loans

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Parents of dependent students attending college and university may not have the resources to finance their children's education through college. The savings and income which they earn may not be enough to pay for the total cost of education. After exhausting grants, scholarships and work-study options the parent might turn to Parent Loans to give their children a great chance to pursue their dreams. A student may have worked all through senior school to attain…
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Education Loan

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Education costs have risen over the years and it has become difficult for students and their parents to pay for tuition and related expenses from their income and savings. Students apply for free funding awarded in form of grants and scholarships and work-study. These may at times not be enough to cover the full cost of education and the expenses involved in furthering their education. Unless a student is staying at home food and accommodation…
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PLUS Loan

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PLUS Loans help undergraduate students and Graduate and Professional Students to be able to attend college and attain their academic ambitions without having to wait until they can afford to pay out-of-pocket. This is very encouraging because people can attend universities and colleges without delaying until they can pay from income and savings. Both young and old alike can now achieve their dreams without waiting until they can afford to pay for their education which…
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Scholarship

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College Financing can be funded with a Scholarship and this is the best way to fund education for those who are eligible. A scholarship is free money given to a talented student to further his/her studies. This money is not paid back. The student can check with the college to know which scholarships are available. The internet is also a good resource. Many websites offer online application. The parents and students can browse the internet…
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Stafford Loans

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Stafford Loans are given by the U.S. Department of Education to students in colleges and universities to pay for education. These loans are given to pay for only education related expenses. These include tuition, fees, room and board, transport, books, supplies and buying a computer. The college or university must participate in the Direct Loan Program.Stafford loans offer low interest rates. The loan can be subsidized by the Federal Government or it can be unsubsidized.…
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