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For the past several years, there’s been a lot of debate in congress over the interest rates on federal student loans. What used to be a 6.4 percent interest rate on loans like the Stafford Loan or subsidized federal student … Continue Reading
If you’re shopping for a car, you’re probably asking yourself one big money question: “Can I afford this car or not?” That’s where a car loan comes in: it makes purchasing a new or used car totally possible for people … Continue Reading
“Should I loan money to my family?” This is a question I get asked about (and ask others about) very often. And unfortunately there’s no simple, straightforward answer. Loaning money to family can be complicated and emotional. At the same … Continue Reading
There are times when you need to borrow a relatively small amount of money, and pay it off over the course of a few months, but you don’t want to pay the high rate that is likely on your credit … Continue Reading
Not every loan is created equally. I bet you’re familiar with seeing credit card interest rates (also known as the annual percentage rate, or APR) around 15 percent. But did you know that there are borrowing options that can cost … Continue Reading
If you’re considering your college options, you’re also probably considering how to pay for it – and when it comes to paying for college, student loans seem like a necessity. But before you sign on the dotted line for any … Continue Reading
After a while, debt can become a huge burden, especially as it piles up and becomes difficult to keep track of. In some cases, when you become overwhelmed by your debt, it can make sense to consolidate it. Before you … Continue Reading