Income Based Repayment: How to Pay Student Loans

Income based repayment plan may be what you need if you are struggling to pay back your student loans as a result of your insufficient or low income. Government is aware of the plights that students and parents go through when it comes to the repayment of their student loans. That is why government comes up with different programs to help students in ensuring that the burdens of their debts do not denying them the opportunity of attending to other basic important things of life. Among such programs is the income based repayment program which allows students to pay back Continue ReadingIncome Based Repayment: How to Pay Student Loans

How to get your personal loans approved quick

Looking for Personal loans? When it comes to personal loans, you need to do your homework very well if you don’t want your application rejected. If you have ever been turned down when you applied for personal loan, you will understand the pain involved. Before anyone will apply for a personal loan, he must have set his mind on one thing or the other to do with the money. This is what is being referred to as expectation. What happens when the loan is not granted? You will not only be unable to do what you have planned to do Continue ReadingHow to get your personal loans approved quick

Student on spending spree after receiving over $1m in error

850,000 Pounds Student Loans Received in Error I know it is no longer news that a South Africa Student (named withheld) who is currently studying accountancy at the Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha, South Africa was mistakenly paid 850,000 Pounds instead of 85 Pounds she usually receives as grants on a monthly basis. The 85 Pounds serves as financial aids allowances for food and books. It was reported that instead for the 27 year old undergraduate to report the excess payment to the school authority, she decided to go on spending spree buying expensive clothes, phones and throwing birthday parties Continue ReadingStudent on spending spree after receiving over $1m in error