The Holidays: Expense or Experience by Angela Ozar, Guest Contributor “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”— but it can also be the most expensive time of the year.
BOO! Time to take a realistic (and maybe spooky) look at everyday habits that could be killing your attempts at budgeting and getting a head financially. Individually or collectively, the
Inner peace, mindfulness, clarity, calmness, a reduction in stress - these are ongoing quests for many of us. Without a full life overhaul (not practical), these ten life adjustments (practical),
Thinking about using a company other than your loan servicer for a loan forgiveness program or loan consolidation? Some companies make big promises and things can quickly turn out as
12 months or 52 weeks? Both equal a year, but one path leads to an extra loan payment. Switching your student loan payments from monthly to weekly payments is a
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.
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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