Phoenix, Arizona, July 17, 2018—Champion Empowerment Institute, in cooperation with Givling and with guidance from Champion College Services, conducted an independent survey of federal student loan borrowers and received feedback
Deciding to attend college is exciting and empowering, but when assistance is needed to pay for school, this can include moments of confusion and misinterpretation that can have lasting impact.
Read the Federal Student Aid announcement about the 2018-2019 interest rates on Direct Subsidized Loans, Direct Unsubsidized Loans and Direct PLUS Loans. SUBSCRIBE NOW Get a free ebook guide to financial
To continue building up your credit and protecting your hard work, give serious thought if asked to co-sign a loan…for anyone. You may look at the loan payments as the
Can I STILL deduct interest payments for my student loans on my taxes? YES! Under the Student Loan Interest Deduction, you can take a tax deduction for the interest paid
Welcome to National Financial Literacy Month 2018!! This month Champion Empowerment Institute will provide daily tips, motivation and even some prizes (stay glued) to inspire you on making the financial
OK…pause and simplify the process with these empowering tips: Consolidation is combining loans to have one loan servicer AND one monthly payment. Start by knowing what types of student loans
Making extra payments is a great way to accomplish this... BUT make sure this is working for and not against you. Use these empowering tips from Champion Empowerment Institute: After
💬 Your friend said WHAT??!!! “Don’t pay, wait for loan forgiveness.” “You’re not working, get your loan discharged!” “Just drop out and they’ll refund the loan.” “Ignore it, nothing will happen,
So you’re appling for an INCOME-DRIVEN REPAYMENT (IDR) plan and you’re SELF-EMPLOYED (or don’t receive paystubs @ your job)? Here’s what to do to avoid haivng your application being denied.