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4 Tips for Dealing with Student Loans during the Coronavirus Crisis

Student loan borrowers may find relief from making payments on their loans during the Coronavirus Crisis.  The most important first step is to know your lender: the federal government under the Federal Direct Loan Programs or a non-federal lender, a.k.a. Private lenders. This differentiation is critical because the relief programs offered are very different.

Get Creative with your College Bill

Looking to ease the burden of paying for college tuition? Tune into this podcast for creative solutions families can use to pay their upcoming college bill. Prudent Money hoast, Bob Brooks and College Admissions expert John Hupalo discuss the options.

Save Money: Dig into Financial Aid

College admissions decisions are arriving – a joyous time for students relishing their success. A disappointing moment when dream schools say no. No matter which, these emotions will soon be overrun by the reality of making a school choice. And then figuring out how to pay the coming college bill. Lurking under it all: how much student loan debt will be required to get to graduation?