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Student Loans: What to Do if You Miss a Payment

Since student loans are a hot topic right now, we’re flashing back Elaina’s post that provides helpful info on what to do if you miss a student loan payment. Life happens and unexpected events can sometimes result in a financial

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Portrait of a student loan borrower

Let me tell you about someone I recently met with during a financial counseling session. About “Ann” Ann is a 54-year-young, mother and wife.  She works on average 32-34 hours a week at a job she loves.  Ann is an activity

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Is it smart to co-sign on a loan?

We’re flashing back this Friday to something that hits home for many people…being asked to co-sign a loan. If you’re trying to decide what to do, read this post to help you make an informed decision. A lot of people

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Struggling with student loans?

Are you in repayment of your student loans? Are you behind or struggling to keep up? Help has arrived! You can have a free and confidential student loan repayment counseling session with one of our certified financial counselors.  This session will

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A College Student’s Primer on Student Loans

August is here and school is right around the corner. As a new college student, you may be filled with a mix of emotions about the adventure you will soon begin. Meeting new friends, maybe moving someplace far from home,

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