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Student Loan Basics: Credit scores

With more than $1.7 trillion of student loan debt outstanding, but not a lot has been written about student loans. Not much has been written about the relationship between student loans and credit scores.

Tips for saving and paying for college: A lively podcast interview

John Hupalo joined the Tests and the Rest Podcast co-hosts Amy Seeley and Mike Bergin in a fast-paced conversation covering many topics related to planning, saving and paying for college.

The 2021-22 Financial Aid Season Kicks-off October 1 with the FAFSA

On October 1, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (“FAFSA”) will be available for high school seniors and college students enrolling for Academic Year 2021-22.  You read that right.  With students just starting a new school year, the kick-off for next year’s financial aid process is a few short weeks away.