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8 Ways to Conquer Your Student Loans in 2015

The following is a contribution from Allen at Achieve Lending. If you’d like to contribute to Frugal Rules, please contact us. Whether you are in school, out of school, or about to... Read More The post 8 Ways to Conquer Your Student Loans in 2...
by Frugal Rules on Mar 14, 2015

Challenges of a Career Student

The following is a contribution from Syed at Broke Professional. If you would like to contribute to Frugal Rules, please contact us. It’s no surprise that student loan debt is rising across... Read More The post Challenges of a Career Student a...
by Frugal Rules on Sep 5, 2014

How I Paid for College Without Student Loans and Without The Bank of Mom and Dad

Everyone knows that college costs crazy money these days, right?  I am so saddened whenever I hear in the media about how the cost of college is rising dramatically or how college grads cannot find jobs.  Thankfully with the improving economy at le...
by Color Me Frugal on May 19, 2014

How I Paid for College Without Student Loans and Without The Bank of Mom and Dad

Everyone knows that college costs crazy money these days, right?  I am so saddened whenever I hear in the media about how the cost of college is rising dramatically or how college grads cannot find jobs.  Thankfully with the improving economy at le...
by Color Me Frugal on May 19, 2014

Do You Have Regrets About Going To College?

Please welcome back our usual Tuesday contributor, Cat from Budget Blonde. Earlier today, I was talking to my mom about the transitions in my career thus far, and she said, “I bet you’ll go get an MBA before this is all said and done.R...
by Frugal Rules on Nov 26, 2013

Can Obama Do Anything About the Cost of College?

Student loans. Say that word and you’re sure to get a range of responses. Many of those responses would likely point towards the burden that student loan debt can be. Knowing that, many would argue that some change might be needed in terms of the c...
by Frugal Rules on Sep 18, 2013

What New Student Loan Rates Mean for Future Attendees

This past July, Congress failed to strike a deal on federal student loan interest rates. Because of this, student loan interest has doubled from 3.4% [...]...
by How To Learn on Aug 4, 2013

Common Sense Things I Wish I Knew Before Going to College

It’s the end of July, which means that in a few weeks there will be an influx of new students going to college. I could not find a specific number as to how many will be starting college this year, but I did find that 21.6 million students were enr...
by Frugal Rules on Jul 30, 2013

Title: Consolidate My Student Loans – How To Do It

Source: http://financeequityloans.com Category: student loans Article body: Lines like I want to consolidate my student loans are mostly heard from recent graduates. If you are one of these young individuals, Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on Jun 2, 2013

Retirement Planning and Saving For College: Can They Co-exist?

Look at that picture at the top of the post and you’ll see three of the most important people in my life after Mrs. Frugal Rules. Cute, aren’t they? I’ll die for them, I’ll kill for them and I’ll do pretty much anything in between for them.
by Frugal Rules on May 29, 2013

Did Your Degree Come With a Course on Student Loans?

Last month I was reading an article on NPR that related to student loans and the somewhat, albeit small, changing awareness surrounding them. On a side note, if you’re looking for a good source for a balanced perspective on news then I highly enco...
by Frugal Rules on May 20, 2013

Student Loan Debt: Why Taking Control is Essential

Student Loan Debt: Why Taking Control is Essential Club Thrifty - Stop spending. Start living.The following is a guest post by our friend Kevin Watts from Graduating from Debt. If you are interested in guest posting at Club Thrifty, please see our gu...
by Club Thrifty on May 7, 2013

Savings Plans to Pay for College

With college expenses getting costlier day-by-day, most parents are seen to have several saving structures at their disposal favoring the expenses of a traditional college degree. Until and unless, you have a good plan ready catering to your educatio...
by Teen College Education on Oct 1, 2012

FInance Tips for College Students and Their Parents

The price tag on a college education is a key factor for many parents. It is also one of the main elements of a long-term planning process for one's financial security. A college education can be an extremely valuable resource, as well as a rewarding...
by Teen College Education on Sep 28, 2012


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