Cost Of Attendance: Making a Better Decision

During the months of February and March, EFC PLUS will have both blogs and webinars specifically geared to the college financial decision.  Our information will give families better clarity on their financial aid award letters and insight into their financial future.  The goal of the series “Making a Better College Decision” is to help students…

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EFC PLUS In-College Payer Software Has Arrived!

Since 2006, the number of people with student loans and the amount of debt per person has almost doubled.  One of the causes of this problem is student and families cannot properly project the final cost and debt needed to obtain a college degree.  The EFC PLUS “In College Payer” software is now available for…

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New Dating Question- How much student debt do you have?

If you are dating and the relationship is getting serious, the new dating question among millenniums may include questions about your student debt amount?   Due to the rising cost of education, more young people are graduating from college and post graduate school with significant debt.  This amount grows larger with each passing year. This new…

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Employment Scam Targeting College Students

On January 18th, 2017 the Federal Bureau of Investigation had a public service announcement concerning a current scam that is targeting students in college.  According to the FBI, college students in the US are being targeted in a common employment scam. The employment scam targeting college students works as follows: An online job advertisement is…

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Student Debt and Social Security: Another Warning

Parent Plus loans are an easy way to fund your child’s college education shortfalls.  What is often not understood is how student debt and social security can ultimately be connected for a growing number of families. Americans work their entire life to retire and tirelessly put funds away so that in their older years life…

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How will Trump’s future policies affect Student Loans?

As we countdown to the inauguration of our 45th President, current student loan borrowers will have to wait to find out how Mr. Trump’s future policies will affect their Student loans.  During his campaign, Mr. Trump addressed the complexity of the student loan crisis and the current student debt problem.  Specifically, he proposed possible changes…

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