Graduation Debt by author Reyna Gobel
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How to Practice Making Student Loan Payments

Posted by: Reyna on Jan 22 2014 / Comments (0)

If you’re a December graduate who is wondering how am I going to repay those student loans, checkout my WiseBread New Graduate Help Center article How to Practice Making Student Loan

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Graduation Debt Digital 2nd Edition Releases November 5th

Posted by: Reyna on Nov 2 2013 / Comments (0)

CliffsNotes Graduation Debt is getting an update to reflect changes to both federal and private student loan repayment since 2010. On November 5th the new edition will go on sale digitally. Preorder today.

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3 Things You Must Know About Repaying Your Private Student Loans

Posted by: Reyna on Nov 2 2013 / Comments (0)

Repaying private student loans can be confusing. Most of what you hear in the news applies to federal student loans. So where can private loan borrowers get information on repayment? From their lenders. Since private student loans are essentially bank…

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What You Must Know About Federal Student Loans

Posted by: Reyna on Nov 2 2013 / Comments (0)

If you’re a recent grad, you’re probably dreading when you have to start repaying your federal student loans as much as if you were going to the dentist to get your wisdom teeth pulled. But student loan repayment is a…

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Announcing My New Wise Bread Student Loan Expert Column

Posted by: Reyna on Nov 2 2013 / Comments (0)

Hello, everyone. Thanks so much for reading my articles and books over the years. Wise Bread has kindly asked me to write a weekly column on student loans. I’ll post links to each column as it comes out.…

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Evaluate College Savings vs. Costs Before Transferring

Posted by: Reyna on Nov 2 2013 / Comments (0)

The cost of transferring colleges can sneak up on you. Families often expect a difference in the price of tuition when a student transfers, but students also face changes in scholarship funding and financial aid, as well as the…

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Ask 4 Questions to Decide on Saving for Graduate School

Posted by: Reyna on Nov 2 2013 / Comments (0)

Parents who save money in 529 plans, tax-advantaged education investment accounts, for their children’s graduate school years may end up disappointed. Students change their minds, says Leonard Wright, a Nevada-based certified public accountant and personal financial specialist. Children could say…

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Preview my student loans video course

Posted by: Reyna on Aug 19 2013 / Comments (0)

checkout my new youtube video to learn about my video course and get a promo code. http://ow.ly/o2vUk

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3 Ways to Ask for Contributions to 529 College Savings Plans

Posted by: Reyna on Aug 14 2012 / Comments (0)

Four-year tuition and fees for public universities will be $95,000 for kids starting school in 2028, estimates savingforcollege.com. To meet those needs, parents are seeking help from friends and relatives to pay for college. Some…

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3 Savings Tips for Parents of Study Abroad Students

Posted by: Reyna on Aug 7 2012 / Comments (0)

Certified Financial Planner® John Gugle spent his sophomore year abroad attending Sophia University in Tokyo. “The opportunity to live and study outside the U.S.A. helped broaden my understanding of the world and ultimately helped provide career opportunities to…

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