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Our blog is designed to provide information regarding some of the critical topics those with student loans must be aware of to be able to make educated decisions regarding their future.

The Top 10 Online Jobs for College Students

It is a well-known fact that college costs get more expensive each year and many students now are trying to manage their studies while working either part-time or full-time jobs while in college.  With the advent and accessibility of the internet, there are plenty of great online jobs for college students that pay really good wages. More and more…

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How to Find Cheap Student Flights

Cheap Student Flights After a long semester of early-morning classes and late-night study sessions, the first thing on many students’ minds is getting as far away from campus as possible. The following resources will help you find out how to find cheap student flights so that your budget doesn’t stop you from getting the most out of your…

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How Long Does it Take to Become a Dentist

Dentistry is a highly respected field and an essential part of the healthcare industry. On average, dentists make $159,770 per year, but this salary comes at a price. Along with the staggering cost of becoming a dentist, aspiring dentists must also spend years of their life in school. Exactly how long does it take to become a dentist?…

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Ideas on What to Do After Dropping Out of College

Do you find yourself asking, should I drop out of college? You are not alone. Around 30% of students drop out during their first year and 56% of students drop out by year six. While we believe college is still worth the cost, there are some real reasons that making dropping out of college a smart move. Below,…

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Gap Year Ideas – Jobs, Traveling, Volunteering and More

What is a Gap Year? A gap year is typically defined as a break year between high school and college in order to gain life or work experience while getting a more mature view of life. It all started in the ‘60s but has been booming since late ‘80s and it’s been promoted by many famous teenagers like…

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Private Colleges – What Makes Them Different from Public Colleges?

The main difference between private colleges and public universities is how they are funded. Public colleges receive state funding to help offset costs. Private colleges receive no state funding and solely rely on private donors and tuition costs to keep their doors open. Although funding is the main differentiating factor, private colleges differ from public colleges in many…

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Are Scholarships Taxable?

When it comes to taxes, it seems like the story is never simple. Add a scholarship to it and you get a situation which really needs to be looked into a little bit closer. The question of are scholarships taxable income or not gets quite a complex answer.  Generally speaking, a scholarship isn’t regarded as income so it isn’t taxable. However,…

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What Is

Your one-stop-shop for managing your federal student aid is StudentLoans.Gov. This site is the Federal Student Aid website of the Department of Education (DOE) and the epicenter of all things related to servicing your federal student loans. Who Should Use The DOE runs the website in order to help two groups of borrowers: Graduates who are…

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What College Should I Go To?

As of 2014, the United States has 4,725 degree-granting institutions. To make the best choice for yourself, think diligently about what is important to you. Read on to learn some useful tips that will help you answer the question, what college should I go to?. Things To Consider When Determining What College To Go To Use the College…

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A Snapshot of Some of the Country’s Best MBA Programs in 2018

Who has got the best MBA program in the country? Well, it really depends what you want to do with your MBA; there is no one size fits all. For our purposes, we will be considering only full-time MBA programs in the United States. Every year a myriad of organizations come out with their lists of best MBA…

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