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Getting Student Loans – No Cosigner And No Credit Check

If you are entering into college, or if you are already attending, you may be looking for ways to fund your education. A lot of students don't have college funds, or their parents aren't able to pay the high costs of continuing their education. If you do not qualify for grants, and have already applied for scholarships, you may want to look into student loans or loans for the unemployed people. If … [Read more...]

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Bad Credit Student Loans Without a Cosigner

If you are a student with less than perfect credit, and you are trying to get a student loan, it is going to be very difficult. With the recent state of the economy, and the crashing of banks and financial institutions across the country, it has become very difficult for people to borrow money. Even people who have good credit and steady incomes are struggling to get loans for secured assets. So … [Read more...]

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Student Loan Debt Help for Teachers

Teaching can be a very rewarding profession, yet it usually does not pay well compared to other career fields. However, there is good news. School debt help for teachers is available. Teachers who currently have balances on their Federal Perkins or Stafford loans are eligible to have their loans forgiven. Loans are typically forgiven for teachers who are considered highly qualified or teachers … [Read more...]

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