Financing and Student Loans

Bella Ella Boutique Announces $2,500 Women's Empowerment Scholarship

Bella Ella Boutique Announces $2,500 Women's Empowerment Scholarship

As a way of honoring the efforts of a woman who has overcome a significant obstacle on the road to achieving her dream, Bella Ella Boutique is proud to announce the establishment of the 2020 Empowerment  Scholarship, which consists of…

AFBC: Johns Hopkins University May Have Just Done Away With Student Loans for Good

AFBC: Johns Hopkins University May Have Just Done Away With Student Loans for Good

Not everyone can rely on scholarships to take them through school. Instead, most will have to rely on student loans to attend college, which repaying those often takes far longer than advertised as taking and costing more money. American Financial…

ATF: The Struggle Towards College Starts for Some People Before They're Even Enrolled in School

ATF: The Struggle Towards College Starts for Some People Before They're Even Enrolled in School

Gearing up for college doesn’t just begin in high school for a lot of people. Sometimes it begins before they’re even born. Parents saving up for college may begin as soon as they hear they’re expecting, especially if they have…

Ameritech Financial: How Much Student Loan Debt is Worth It?

Ameritech Financial: How Much Student Loan Debt is Worth It?

A college education is considered one of the necessary tools to do well in life, but it's one of the most expensive tools there is. Most people will need some sort of financial assistance to attend. But when it takes…

AFBC: Student Loans Are a Global Problem, One Which Could Have Big Economic Consequences

AFBC: Student Loans Are a Global Problem, One Which Could Have Big Economic Consequences

The student loan crisis in America has hit $1.5 trillion this year, but America isn’t alone in feeling the heat from this kind of problem. New Zealand, Malaysia, Great Britain and many more countries that offer student loans are experiencing troubles…

Reduce the Financial Risk of College With Alternative Repayment Options Explained by the American Financial Benefits Center

Reduce the Financial Risk of College With Alternative Repayment Options Explained by the American Financial Benefits Center

Pursuing higher education has become expensive enough that students need to research to be sure the risk is worth it. Students who choose to pursue alternative postsecondary education options, like for-profit universities or online universities, may find their school closing…

Ameritech Financial: Strategies to Make College Worth the Investment

A constantly challenging question for parents and students is this: Is college worth it? The simple answer remains yes. The wage gap between college and high school graduates has only grown larger and now stands at about $460 per week,…

Ameritech Financial on Mind Over Matter: How Changing One's Mindset Can Help Set Financial Goals

For many people in the United States, debt is overwhelming. Establishing good habits to combat this can be easier said than done. Ditching a fixed mindset (the belief that one’s abilities and basic qualities are simply fixed traits) and developing…

Ameritech Financial: Can Student Loans Be Recalled? the Department of Education Says Yes

Recently, some defaulted student loan borrowers have been receiving notice that their loans are being recalled. People can be very hesitant when it comes to news about their student loans, especially when it’s not a common thing to be hearing…

Ameritech on How to Stay Safe Online — Heed FTC Advice on Internet Security in the Digital Age

It is important to remind children and peers about the importance of internet safety, especially with school back in session. The FTC has launched a three-part series on their blog about safeguarding personal information, talking about how to stay safe…

Ameritech Financial: American University Students Remain Food and Housing Insecure

Food and housing stubbornly remain problematic to secure for many college students, reports the Wisconsin Hope Lab. In the largest national survey of basic security needs for university students, researchers found that 36 percent of four-year college students were food…

American Financial Benefits Center: ‘Me Time’ Continues to Be Important While Establishing a Career or Family

Graduating college is a significant milestone in a person’s life. Often, the years after college will be filled with days establishing a career, family or both. Graduates will often find themselves focusing on these new possibilities, for they represent exciting prospects…

Ameritech Financial: There May Be a Good Student Loan Repayment Plan for Twitch and YouTube Content Creators

Streaming and video posting services have been making celebrities out of everyday people. But the cost of starting on the path to becoming an internet celebrity is often too great for many to bear. It may take a long time…

Ameritech Financial Offers Assistance to Student Loan Borrowers Who Feel Overwhelmed by Their Student Debt

Debt continues to climb and has now reached well over a trillion dollars, with the average American owing about $39,400 (up six percent from 2017). These numbers are radical, but so are the changes people have made on their outlook…

The GI Bill and Student Loan Debt: Ameritech Financial Notes Alternatives

The 40 million Americans who currently have student loans may not know how those loans came about. In 1944, veterans were the first main recipients of student loans and widespread financial support for college thanks to the GI Bill. Today,…

Ameritech Financial Warns Student Loan Borrowers Against Unnecessary Long-Term Forbearance

Student loan servicers have been accused of steering borrowers into forbearance even when they would benefit more from a different repayment plan. However, servicing companies are not the only ones doing so. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently published…

Ameritech Financial to Federal Student Loan Borrowers: Focus on What You Can Control

Student debt is a growing problem that America, as a nation, cannot seem to control. Individual borrowers may share that feeling of being out of control, especially if they cannot make their payments. Ameritech Financial, a document preparation company that…

American Financial Benefits Center on Taking on Debt While Paying Down Student Loans

Having student loans can be such a financial burden that taking on other debt may feel overwhelming. Borrowers may even feel that they won't be approved for any additional credit because of their student loans. However, it is possible, though…

American Financial Benefits Center to Student Loan Borrowers: If Considering a Master's, Universities Abroad May Be a Good Possibility

American Financial Benefits Center to Student Loan Borrowers: If Considering a Master's, Universities Abroad May Be a Good Possibility

For student loan borrowers who are looking to get a master’s degree, studying overseas could be a good option. Why? There are different cultural and intellectual benefits to studying outside the United States, to be sure, but the tuition at…

Ameritech Financial: Borrowers Are Responsible for Paying Their Student Loan Debt

Ameritech Financial: Borrowers Are Responsible for Paying Their Student Loan Debt

Student loans are a contentious issue, and people on all political sides are chiming in. Debates fill the news about why student loan debt is so high and about possible solutions. Some things most people agree on are that higher…

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