How to Consolidate Federal Student Loans
If you have federal student loans, you may want to consider a Direct Consolidation Loan. This is a loan from the Department of Education that you use to repay one or more existing educational debts. most federal loans are eligible including Perkins Loans, Stafford Loans, FFEL Loans and Direct Loans. Here is how to consolidate federal student loans.Read More
Check out the Hot Topics we have covered recently.
How Do Student Loans Work?
If you need money for college, you might be considering a student loan. But before you apply for one, it’s important to understand how they work.Read more
Is It Too Late to File the FAFSA If I Applied Early Action?
It is not too late to complete the FAFSA, even if you applied to some colleges under early action.Read more
Reasons to Wait to File the FAFSA
Normally, it is best to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible on or after the October 1 start date. But, there are a few reasons why students sometimes wait to file the FAFSA, other than procrastination.Read more
Upromise revamps college savings programSee more articles
Upromise, a program that allows members to earn money for college through everyday purchases, recently added new features and tools to simplify the college savings process. Upromise earnings can now be swept directly into any 529 plan, checking or savings account.Read more
Looking for more info on any of these topics?
Q&A with 529 Guru: Joe Hurley
Specialist Joe Hurley answers your questions.
Search content from prior years.