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Avoiding Personal Loan Traps

Get The Personal Loan, Avoid The Traps With the holiday season fast approaching, many families are going to look to personal loans to help come up with the cash for the extra expenses associated with the end of the year. From Thanksgiving to Christmas, New Year’s to...
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Personal Loan Interest Calculations

Better Credit History, Better Rates Personal loans are a great, small-dollar option for situations when you need funds for short-term issues. Whether it’s a pile of medical bills or car trouble, when the need arrives, it is important that your cash loan be quick and...
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Small Loan, not a Big Hassle Determine If They’re Right For You!

Many people in this era need access to small-dollar personal loans rather than large-figure sums. They might need to pay for unexpected car repairs, or sky-rocketing medical bills, and probably do not have the cash set aside in advance of their emergency need....
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Landing your Loan!

Getting loan approval on any type of loan these days is more difficult than it has been in the past. It is critical that a potential borrower provides a complete picture of their financial status and background so that the lender can make an unbiased, thorough review...
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How the Student Loan Market Became a Big Mess

There are some things that we need ruined from time to time. “Adam Ruins Everything” does a great job of elaborating on the issues facing modern audiences, on everything from dieting to dog breeds. One of the newest episodes of this hit TruTV series deals with the...
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Five Tips for Financial Fitness

Financial Fitness Tips With the end of summer and the holiday season fast approaching, bikini-body goals move out of the forefront of our minds, and financial fitness moves in to take their place. Just as people can commit to a health and fitness plan for their...
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Public Service Loan Forgiveness may have been a Lie All Along

On August 9, 2017, the United States Department of Education filed a legal motion may have huge ramifications for thousands of teachers, social workers, police officers, and other public servants and government officials. This motion asserts that there was never a...
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Millennials: More Concerned with GoT than Repaying Student Loans?

A few weeks back, HBO’s Game of Thrones finished up its seventh season, to the tune of 12.1 million live viewers, and another 16.5 million viewers watched by other method – online, recorded broadcast, or other viewing options – at some point that same night. These are...
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Back to School and Student Loans

Paying for college is more expensive than the actual dollar-figure. The average annual costs of attending a four-year college for the 2014-2015 school year was $25,409, according to a study completed by the National Center for Education Statistics. For many families,...
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Fake paperwork for student loan collections

It has slipped past many viewers’ radars in the last few weeks, but there’s a bit of a scandal going down in Missouri. The case concerns the claims purported by a company, called National Collegiate Student Loan Trust. This company states that former students have not...
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