Private Student Loans Rarely Make Financial Sense

Emily Parkin

With interest rates on federal student loans set to rise for borrowers who attend college during the 2022-23 academic year, it’s only natural to wonder if you could score a cheaper loan rate elsewhere. After all, private student loan companies are still advertising variable rates as low as 1.19%, and […]

Family Law Journal June’s financial remedies coverage

Emily Parkin

The June issue of Family Law sees the launch of ‘The Brief’ from 4PB; an in-depth monthly Financial Remedies Update telling you everything you need to know across case law, changes to legislation, and any new rules in financial remedies procedure. This first instalment covers all significant changes in Financial […]

Are You Eligible For Financial Aid?

Emily Parkin

Financial aid is critical for many students’ college prospects, with much of that aid coming from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is your ticket to federal grants, scholarships, work-study programs and loans. Even though many students think that they won’t be eligible for financial aid, […]