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American Student Assistance (student loan information) - There are lots of ways to pay for college and student loans can be extremely helpful. But before you sign those loan documents, it's important to do your research and ensure that you'll be able to afford your loan payments. This site contains a wealth of information for those starting college and considering new loans as well as for those who have graduated and are repaying their loans. Did you know that you might be eligible for loan forgiveness after just 10 years of payments - regardless of the remaining balance? Take some time to explore your options!
AnnualCreditReport.com- Errors in your credit report can hurt you! Creditors, insurers, bankers and even some employers will review your credit history. You should do so as well. You are entitled to view your credit report from each reporting agency once a year. Visit the website now to view your report from one credit agency. Then set a reminder in your calendar to come back in 4 months to view your report from another credit agency. If you see any errors, report them immediately following the instructions on the website!
Mint.com- Do you reach the end of the month and wonder where all your money went? Would you like to keep track of how much you spend on eating out and entertainment but your spending is spread out among checking accounts and credit cards? Mint.com is a budgeting website that takes the pain out of tracking your spending. With your permission, Mint.com will automatically download transactions from your bank accounts and credit cards. Once the transactions are downloaded, Mint.com will automatically assign them to an income or expense category based on the description of the transaction. Login once a month to reassign transactions to the correct categories as needed and print a summary of your spending by category. You can set spending limits for yourself and Mint.com will send you an email when you get close to or go over the limit you set. Budgeting made simple!
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