Student Loans

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There's no such thing as the Obama student loan. What you're thinking of is income based repayment or Pay-As-You-Earn, which brings federal student loan payments to a ...
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Answered by Charlie Donaldson
MBA in Newark, DE
There are several different types of student loans. The Federal Government student loan program has maximum loan amounts. For a dependent student in their freshman y...
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Answered by Gregg Himfar
Financial Adviser in Carlsbad, CA
How old are your children? Are you utilizing 529 plans? You may still have time to fund a 529 plan if they're a few years from turning age 18, whereby funding the pl...
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Answered by Brenda Robinson
Financial Adviser in Easton, PA
Federal Stafford Loans (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) The Stafford loan is the most common loan that students use to pay for college. If the student qualifies for a ...
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