Student Finance

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    You may not get U.S. marshals knocking at your door, but why tempt fate? If you fall ...
  2. Paying for College: Utilize These Top Hacks

    Saving money for college is difficult for many families, but it doesn't have to be. ...
  3. Student Loan Deferment: Live to Pay Another Day

    Extending your principal repayment date can increase your chances of fighting off ...
  4. Fund Your Schooling with PLUS Loans

    Find out what they and are whether you're eligible to apply for these no-maximum ...
  5. Fund College for a Grandchild: 529 vs. HEET

    For some grandparents, a HEET is a desirable option for funding their grandchildren's ...
  6. College Loans: Private vs. Federal

    Not all student loans are the same. Know what you're getting into before signing ...
  1. Can my IRA be used for college tuition?

    Find out how to use your IRA retirement savings to pay for your college tuition, including what institutions and expenses ...
  2. Is it legal to invest my student loan money?

    Take a risk investing student loans and encounter a legal and moral gray area as well as possible financial challenges along ...
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