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Private Loans are taken to pay for tuition, books, room and board and other expenses which the student incurs while in college which may not be related to education. These may include rent, transport, buying a personal computer and supplies. The student may buy clothing furniture, a car, food and pay for other expenses.Education has become expensive and one source of college finances may not be adequate. Private loans can be used to pay for…
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Student Loan Consolidation

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Students can combine several federal loans into one new loan with certain advantages. Private student loans can also be consolidated. Many students and parents have multiple student loans which are paid at different times and they have to remember each due date and the amount to be repaid. There are times when the due date is missed affecting the credit rating and the interest rate. The repayments may be to different lenders. When the loans…
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Student Aid

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Federal student aid is the largest source of student aid which help students pay for education in college, university and career schools. The student aid provides money to pay for tuition, books, room and board. Student aid is given in form of grants and scholarships, Federal Work-Study Programs and student loans which may be subsidized or unsubsidized. These are low-interest loans which have flexible repayments. These include Stafford Loans, Federal PLUS Loans and others which…
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Student Loans

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College students need money to pay for tuition, books, room and board, transport, school supplies and students may need to buy a computer. The cost of tuition has gone up and students and parents are finding it hard to pay directly from their savings. After exhausting financial aid which includes grants, scholarships, work-study programs the parents and students turn to federal student loans and alternative loans. There are federal student loans and private student loans…
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Financial Aid

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College education is very necessary. Cost of tuition has become expensive with the current economic climate. The cost of tuition has been rising annually. Parents and students are turning to financial aid which is intended to assist the students who cannot pay the costs in full. The difference between the cost and what the family is able to pay is applied for as financial aid. The US Department of Education is the largest source of…
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