More students than ever are heading to graduate school. If you’re one of them, you may be wondering how to pay for it, especially if you already have undergraduate student loans. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to pay for graduate school without getting you into overwhelming debt.
Millions of small-business owners rely on suboptimal sources of financing — or no financing at all. Whether you’re evaluating your company’s financing options for the first time or looking for a new lender to help grow your business, keep this list of the best small-business lenders close at hand.
Roughly 7 in 10 college students graduate with student loan debt averaging around $30,000. If you want to dodge that bullet, follow these education strategies before you enroll, during your college years, and after earning your college degree to reduce or avoid student loan debt entirely.
If you have an FHA mortgage, you may qualify for an FHA streamline refinance. Although this refinancing product isn’t right for everyone who qualifies, here's a closer look at the FHA streamline refinance program, possible fees and expenses, eligibility requirements, and overall suitability.
Depending on who you ask, hard money loans are either the easiest and best source of funding for real estate investors or nightmare loans of last resort. Who’s right? Learn about hard money loans for renovations in real estate, and whether you should consider getting one or looking at other options.
Scholarships, grants, and federal direct loans don’t always cover the high cost of education. That’s where PLUS loans come in. They allow parents or grad and professional students to borrow everything else they need to pay for education. But before you sign, it pays to know what you’re borrowing.
If you’re heading to graduate school, you may already feel like a student loan pro if you’re familiar with undergrad loans. But there are some key differences between graduate and undergraduate loans for both federal and private student loans. This is what you need to know.
The cliche “it takes money to make money” contains a ring of truth for entrepreneurs looking to start and grow a business. Most ways to finance a business involve either taking on debt or giving up equity. Before you choose, learn the pros and cons of financing your company with debt or equity.
Refinancing your mortgage is probably the most profitable move you can make to take advantage of low interest rates. But should you actually do it? Before you can determine that, you must learn more about why you’d want to refinance your mortgage and how to calculate the net costs.
The longer your home sits on the market, the greater the chances are you’ll be forced to move before it’s sold. And carrying two housing payments at once is something no one wants to face. Follow these tips to maximize your odds of attracting showings and offers ASAP.
Among the most common reasons entrepreneurs fail is simply running out of money. That means if you want to start a successful business, you need plenty of capital. Learn how to get money to start or grow your business by reviewing these startup financing options.
Not so long ago, a five-year car loan was considered “long-term.” Today, about 72% of new car loans come with terms longer than five years. We’re spending more on cars and spreading the cost out longer. What does a long-term car loan mean for your wallet, and are there better options? Find out here.