Student Loans

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by

Student Loan or Mortgage Crisis?

Since student loans are the new mortgage, what can you do to stay ahead of the pack? There are a few things you can do.  You can use student loans to get the most marketable education possible.  You can also use your salary to gain access to top-tier investment opportunities.  Most importantly, you should seek Read More

Posted on Feb 3, 2014 by

Children Should Borrow for School.

Right! Children Borrowing For Their Education When the government created the student loan system, they assumed each student would take personal responsibility for his/her loans. From my understanding of the student loan system, the government expects that families do not support adult children.  It expects that the 18 year old is responsible for paying for Read More

Posted on Jan 27, 2014 by

Should Parents Borrow Student Loans for their Children?

WRONG! Parents Borrowing For Their Child’s College Lately I have noticed parents borrowing money to pay their children’s college tuition. There is a right way to do this, and a wrong way to do this.  The wrong way is not consistent with the assumptions that the federal government made when it created the student loan Read More

Posted on Jan 13, 2014 by

College Causes Debt.

College causes debt; just like buying a house.  Are you still in denial about it? Recently someone sent me an article from Forbes about how hard it is to be a low-income student in an ivy-league university.  I started to feel bad for the many people who feel bad about the debt they get into Read More

Posted on Nov 25, 2013 by

Student Loans Rock, Pt. 4

No Collateral Student loans rock because there is no collateral.  That wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t financing an intangible asset. To determine why student loans rock, all we have to do is compare it to other types of debt.  For some readers, articles in this series will serve as a crash course on debt Read More

Posted on Nov 22, 2013 by

Student Loans Rock, Pt. 3

You Get A Head Start Student loans rock because of the grace period, deferment, and forbearance. To determine why student loans rock, all we have to do is compare it to other types of debt.  For some readers, articles in this series will serve as a crash course on debt terms. When you get a Read More

Posted on Nov 20, 2013 by

Student Loans Rock, Pt. 2

Interest Rates Are Low or Fixed Student loans rock because the interest rates are low and/or fixed. To determine why student loans rock, all we have to do is compare it to other types of debt.  For some readers, articles in this series will serve as a crash course on debt terms. When you borrow Read More

Posted on Nov 18, 2013 by

Student Loans Rock

Did you know that student loans rock? To determine why student loans rock, all we have to do is compare it to other types of debt.  For some readers, articles in this series will serve as a crash course on debt terms. Qualifying is easy To qualify for federal student loans all you have to Read More