Going to College With Student Loans In the past 30 years as the priorities of states have shifted away from a public college education to for-profit government contract companies, the cost of college has... Read More0
Read an Annual Report If you read an annual report of an interested stock, it will be one of the most thorough analysis of a company you will find. Most annual reports are filled with beautiful... Read More0
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Education Reform As a part of the health care reform bill President Barack Obama signed a long over due education reform bill as a part of the health reform package. College has become progressively more... Read More0
There are some student loan co-signers who tell me they did not know exactly what they were doing when they agreed to sign. Co-signing for any loan, including a student loan is a very high-risk venture. There are many reasons why, and this is why some parents in their 70s and 80s are still paying on kids' student loans.