6 Top Financial Fears Americans Have Today (and How to Overcome Them)

ShareFollow Us!Financial problems are worrisome. Worry can upset your digestion, slow your metabolism, slow your libido, make you break out, make you break down. Stress like that makes your back ache, makes you forgetful, makes you pick and/or bite. Makes you a bit crazier. You aren’t alone. Worry is part of the human condition. We […]

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4 Best-Kept Campus Life Secrets From the Best College Resident Advisors

Are you ready to get off of your own real season of The Real World and head to the latest version of reality – Campus Life? Forget the club clothes (fine, right, you get ONE outfit) and make room in your tiny closet for sweat pants and eraser tips for your pencils.  It’s study time! Allow Higher Education […]

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Did You Know That You Don’t Need to Be Fresh Out of High School to Qualify for the Pell Grant?

ShareFollow Us!Everyone assumes your opportunity to qualify for grants like the Pell Grant comes only once around. The fact is this — you can still qualify even if you’re older. Even if you haven’t been back to college for a long time. You could be a senior citizen and still qualify for the Pell Grant. What’s the […]

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Your Army Ranger Son or Daughter’s Pell Grant Application

What about it? Well, it just so happens that while your army ranger of a son or daughter’s serving the country, that same hopeful of yours actually can qualify quite easily for a grant going toward education: the Pell Grant. And getting qualified for the Pell Grant’s quite easy — if you know where to look […]

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Your Spouse Can Make a Difference When Getting a Pell Grant?

It just so happens that the answer’s YES in this case! Scary, right? But let’s just say you’re in that situation — you actually can qualify for the Pell Grant based on your income merits. And it’s all because at some point in your life, you had walked down the aisle and said your “I DO’s.” […]

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Who Knew That Changing Diapers Could Easily Mean Advancing Your Education?

It’s true. All thanks to the Pell Grant. Here’s why:

Knowing the Requirements of the Pell Grant

There are actually four requirements when qualifying for the Pell Grant solely on your own income merits, and this is one of them. Kids. That’s right: you have to have your own children! And then instantly you qualify for up to $5,775 in funds to advance your education.

Not many know that, because they think those grants come and go the moment you get out of high school and enroll in college for the first time. Not so. Life can take precedence, you have a few kids, you’re working a tough 9 to 5 just to make the bills, and you STILL didn’t have any time to get that degree finished up.

Perhaps it’s wondering if you’ll have the additional funds to pay for tuition, room and board (well, perhaps not board, if you have kids). With the Pell Grant, you no longer have to worry. Simply click here, get matched to a school offering the Pell Grant, check your income, and see how much you’ll receive!

It’s That Simple. So What Are You Waiting For?

This is your own children we’re talking about…. Advance your education, make a better life. For you. For them. For the future. Sign up today. You have nothing to lose.

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Never Try Your “Hardest.” Always Do Your BEST in Education.

Yes, this is a website dedicated to higher education and learning, as in for the college level. We’re used to talking about grants, scholarships, financial aid, and some of the how-to’s about the college life and what makes an exceptional college student with respect to finances, business, professional development and even jobs. But who would’ve […]

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