Discusses financial aid options and cutting college costs.A proposal has been introduced in Congress to eliminate the ability of borrowers to obtain a fixed-rate consolidation loan. This possible change to a variable-rate consolidation loan has bi-partisan support as well as the support of many in the financial aid ... It wouldna#39;t make sense to prepay your 3.5% Stafford loan if youa#39;re paying 10% on an unsecured bank loan, or 12% on some huge credit card bill.
|Title||:||Paying for College Without Going Broke, 2005 Edition|
|Author||:||Kalman A. Chany, Geoff Martz|
|Publisher||:||The Princeton Review - 2004-10-01|