Throughout the college admissions process, you’ll encounter several important checkpoints. While selecting schools, applying for admission and receiving college acceptances are all critical, your decision often comes down to the question, “How will I pay…Read More of the article "5 Facts Students Should Know about Financial Aid"
While preparing for college, one of the most important considerations is how to pay for it. All students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) because it is used to determine students’ potential eligibility…Read More of the article "I Submitted My FAFSA – Is the Expected Family Contribution What I Have to Pay for College?"
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Should I consolidate or refinance my student loans? At U‑fi Student Loans, we get this question daily and it’s one every person with student loan debt should ask themselves. Of course, the answer depends on…Read More of the article "When to Consider Refinancing Student Loans"
The first few years after college can be a challenge for anyone. Between finding a job and a place to live, paying down student loans, and maybe even starting a family, the financial decisions you…Read More of the article "Financial Literacy for Millennials: Tips for Making Smart Financial Decisions in Your 20s and 30s"