LendEDU Guide: Personal Business Loans—How to Get One

When starting a business, it can feel like there are a million things to do. Most business owners are focused on the product or service they are providing to the world, but there are financial concerns around almost every corner. One of the most crucial aspects of running a business is having access to affordable financing. In some cases, it may make sense to turn to personal business loans. This handy guide will help you secure the funding that your business needs.

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Ultimate Guide for Veterans Looking to Start a Small Business

For veterans who possess an entrepreneurial spirit, who are determined to succeed, and who want to make their mark on the world, starting a small business can be a great option. The specific tasks and challenges of running a small business provide veterans with a strong sense of purpose and enable them to translate their unique knowledge, skills and experience — from their time in the military and from civilian life — into a profitable venture.For veterans and nonveterans alike, starting a small business is no easy task. However, those veterans who are determined to succeed in their entrepreneurial ventures will find the resources described in this guide a great help in starting or expanding their small business.

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LendEDU Guide: Student Loan Forgiveness – A Complete Guide

If you’re like most students, you probably took out student loans to help pay for your education. For some students, their loan debt is a never-ending nightmare that they don’t think they’ll ever get out of. There is, however, an option available for some students called student loan forgiveness – which means you don’t have to pay your student loans back. For students who meet the criteria, it can be an excellent way to stop pouring money down the loan payment drain. Let’s take a look at some different types of student loan forgiveness.

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LendEDU Guide: Income-Driven Repayment Plans for Federal Student Loans

An income-driven repayment plan is an option if you took out federal student loans to pay for your higher education, and are struggling to pay them back. Luckily, the government understands that some people may not be able to afford the high monthly payments that are often required of graduates. Whether you do not yet have a job, or have one that does not pay well enough to cover your payment, there are income-driven repayment plans that can ease the month to month burden of student loans.

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14 Students in Georgia Learn They All Won a Scholarship

Students from a high school in Decatur, Ga. got the surprise of a lifetime last week. Southwest DeKalb High School gathered 14 scholarship applicants on April 18 to learn which one of them had been chosen as the recipient of the scholarship — they all believed there would be only one winner. See what happens next.

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Grant for Your Pet’s Veterinary Bills

The Pet Fund is a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit association that provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals in the United States who need veterinary care. Find out how!

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Target These 5 Best Places to Find College Scholarships and Grants

_searchIt is much faster and easier to search for college scholarships and grants than it was 20 years ago, before the Internet changed the process for finding information forever. Now you just need an Internet connection and a phone, tablet, or computer to find multiple resources for free money for college. Here are five ways to search are all viable and every one of them is a potential gold mine.

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5 Answers for Teachers About Federal Grants for Grad School

Kindergarten teacher and children with hands raisedA TEACH grant is a federal grant that can be worth up to $4,000. ​At a basic level, students must agree to teach for four years at an elementary school, secondary school, or educational service agency that serves students from low-income families to receive this grant. There are other requirements for this grant as well, outlined in this article.

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