• Need help with a math problem!?

    I'm trying to figure out a math problem. If I rent a home for $6,000 a month and get a roommate to share the rent with how can I break the rent together where the two of us can afford it? I can afford $650-1200 for right now until I get a better paying job.
    I'm trying to figure out a math problem. If I rent a home for $6,000 a month and get a roommate to share the rent with how can I break the rent together where the two of us can afford it? I can afford $650-1200 for right now until I get a better paying job.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Mygreatlakes repayment question?

    Best answer: You need to download, complete, and submit an "in-School Deferment Request" from Great Lakes - do not depend upon your grad school to make sure your status is up to date. If you take the time to READ your promissory note, you will find that you are entitled to in-school deferments as long as you attend... show more
    Best answer: You need to download, complete, and submit an "in-School Deferment Request" from Great Lakes - do not depend upon your grad school to make sure your status is up to date. If you take the time to READ your promissory note, you will find that you are entitled to in-school deferments as long as you attend school at least 1/2 time, and not a credit less. You will also find that you are entitled to ONE 6 month grace period - so while you are currently using up your grace period, once you fall below 1/2 time enrollment, your loan payments start up again. If you take the time to read your promissory note you will also find that there are other deferments you might wish to use in the future, as well as a couple of repayment plans, forbearance allowances, and cancellation options.

    One MIGHT hope that someone enrolling in Grad School has the foresight to read what you are signing - especially where there is money involved!!
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Student loan Forgiveness?

    Best answer: 20 years is likely past the statute of limitations for the college taking the loan money. But if they registered you, and you simply didn't show up, then it would have been on you to try to get the money back at the time. At this point, I hear that you don't have the money, but my advice would be to go to... show more
    Best answer: 20 years is likely past the statute of limitations for the college taking the loan money. But if they registered you, and you simply didn't show up, then it would have been on you to try to get the money back at the time. At this point, I hear that you don't have the money, but my advice would be to go to a non-profit credit counselor from nfcc.org , and get some advice on how to budget and save. When you get enough to pay off the original loan, do so. Then keep saving, so you can pay the tuition without getting a loan. I know, it's so much harder to save in advance. But you made it 20 years without college, you can make it a few more. And saving in advance is actually easier than taking a loan in the long run.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If my parents have joint custody over me but in different states, does that make me eligable for in state tuition in both states?

    I live in both California and Georgia, currently attending Burbank High School. I want to go to Georgia Tech for uni, and I just wanted to know if I qualify for in state tuition rates. I have had multiple jobs here in Georgia and it s where I was born and raised. Moved to California when I was 8.
    I live in both California and Georgia, currently attending Burbank High School. I want to go to Georgia Tech for uni, and I just wanted to know if I qualify for in state tuition rates. I have had multiple jobs here in Georgia and it s where I was born and raised. Moved to California when I was 8.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would borrowing student loans affect closing on mortgage?

    I currentry only owe 4000 in students loans. We are already currently conditionally approved for our mortgage and close from 11/20-01/20 once our house in done being built. Would borrowing about 2000 from fasfa affect closing on fha loan? I heard It wouldn’t but would like more opinions on this.
    I currentry only owe 4000 in students loans. We are already currently conditionally approved for our mortgage and close from 11/20-01/20 once our house in done being built. Would borrowing about 2000 from fasfa affect closing on fha loan? I heard It wouldn’t but would like more opinions on this.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can I go to college when my parents won't help cosign student loans?

    The financial packages for all the colleges that I got into aren't too good. For my cheapest school, even with need-based aid and federal loans, I still have to pay thousands of dollars per semester. I'm thinking of taking out private loans but I can't do it individually because I have no credit.
    The financial packages for all the colleges that I got into aren't too good. For my cheapest school, even with need-based aid and federal loans, I still have to pay thousands of dollars per semester. I'm thinking of taking out private loans but I can't do it individually because I have no credit.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If a person gets mad at you online for questioning their identity does it mean they really are scamming?

    Best answer: Its a scam. Man, these common sense questions on Yahoo answers are ridiculous.
    Best answer: Its a scam. Man, these common sense questions on Yahoo answers are ridiculous.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I bother trying to apply for FASFA for part time college?

    I graduated from high school a couple years ago, and soon I want to start taking a couple community college classes. I don't want to do full-time because I already have a job and I want to build up my savings before moving out from my parent's house. I work part-time but the hours vary between 16 to 32 hrs... show more
    I graduated from high school a couple years ago, and soon I want to start taking a couple community college classes. I don't want to do full-time because I already have a job and I want to build up my savings before moving out from my parent's house. I work part-time but the hours vary between 16 to 32 hrs a week. My mom thinks it's not worth trying for FASFA because she doesn't think I'll get anything from it. My boyfriend thinks the opposite. He thinks I could get something for it, but I honestly don't know what to do. What do you think? Should I try applying anyway?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to make good money over the summer?

    Im 20 and my parents aren't supportive. I will be applying for nursing school soon and will be taking a student loan for that. However, Im thinking of also going away somewhere for school with dorms which will also be expensive. How can I earn some money over the summer or until December at least to cover the... show more
    Im 20 and my parents aren't supportive. I will be applying for nursing school soon and will be taking a student loan for that. However, Im thinking of also going away somewhere for school with dorms which will also be expensive. How can I earn some money over the summer or until December at least to cover the fees for that. Working along with going to school currently isnt easy as the prereqs for nursing are very time consuming & I will be working a lot more once these classes are over but any extra money is needed Anything helps, no rude comments
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to pay for college when you don’t qualify for financial aid but also don’t have any money?

    I’m only a sophomore in high school but cannot. Stop. Stressing. About. College. My family is comfortably middle class, and thus don’t qualify for financial aid anywhere. But we also do not at all have any money to pay for college. It’s physcially impossible for me to work in high school due to logistical issues.... show more
    I’m only a sophomore in high school but cannot. Stop. Stressing. About. College. My family is comfortably middle class, and thus don’t qualify for financial aid anywhere. But we also do not at all have any money to pay for college. It’s physcially impossible for me to work in high school due to logistical issues. And college is like 50,000 a year and out of state tuition is crazy (there is no way i can stay in my state, I feel like I’m suffocating here). I’m a gifted athlete so I can’t get any money there. I literally have no options.
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Student loans?

    i want to earn my GED online so i can move forward and get jobs and go to nursing school, but all of the preps and practice tests are out of my price range. do you know of any places thatll do grants or loans for online classes?
    i want to earn my GED online so i can move forward and get jobs and go to nursing school, but all of the preps and practice tests are out of my price range. do you know of any places thatll do grants or loans for online classes?
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why are Americans high school Kids Hated so much? I mean in almost every state their classmates Want Them Dead?

    Best answer: Too many violent gamers who are desensitized to seeing or making people killed by violent means.
    Best answer: Too many violent gamers who are desensitized to seeing or making people killed by violent means.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Do the army pay off your student loan?

    I'm gonna go college in this fall semester and after the fall semester, I will be scheduled for the boot camp. But then do they pay back my financial aid for the college?
    I'm gonna go college in this fall semester and after the fall semester, I will be scheduled for the boot camp. But then do they pay back my financial aid for the college?
    6 answers · 1 month ago