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19 Sep Student loan forgiveness program guide

For many, student loans represent a significant investment in an individual’s future. Borrowing to complete an undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree program is often the only means to pay for the cost of higher education, as the price tag continues to increase at public and private institutions alike. Currently, more than 44 million Americans have outstanding student loan debt, totaling over $1.4 trillion among them, and these figures make it hard to fathom how student loan balances will ever be paid off. Fortunately, some student loan borrowers have access to valuable forgiveness programs that offset the burden of paying for student debt...

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26 Apr How do I apply for a small business loan?

How Do I Apply for a Small Business Loan? You have the idea, you have the passion, you have the work ethic, but you’re missing the capital. What are your options? Small business loans can be intimidating, make no mistake about it. But with the right information and planning, the seemingly impossible and risky can become manageable and worthwhile. First things first. What types of small business loans are available? Not all small business loans are created equal. And that’s great news! Whether you are starting a new business or looking for more capital for your existing one, you have options. • Small Business...

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14 Mar Retirement plans for small business owners

Retirement Plans for Small Business Owners   Retirement. Just one word can elicit everything from excitement for those bucket-list vacations to the stress of planning for those golden years now while you’re working and able. Perhaps you’re more worried now about your child’s education, or paying for that dream condo in Los Angeles, but the truth is that nowadays more people are living longer, and fewer people are saving for retirement. Did you know . . .? The average retirement age is 63. The average length of retirement is 18 years. The average savings of a 50-year-old is $42,797. Out of 100 people...

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