Financial Planning After Graduation

You did it! You made it through your degree program and now have your diploma in hand. As you’re about to enter the workforce, it’s time to think about financial planning in a new way. This includes planning for the future and dealing with any student loans. Check out the tips below to help you with financial planning after graduation.  Go For Your Dreams Upon graduation, many doors will open for you. To help you decide which ones you…

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How to Build Financial Literacy

Someone with good financial literacy understands where their money is going and how to make it work for them. It’s the ability to pay bills, borrow and save in a responsible manner, and invest for the future. These money management skills can be learned at any age. It’s never too late - or too early - start! True Assisting does not provide legal, accounting, or tax advice. The information offered is provided for general informational and educational purposes only…

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What You Need to Know About FAFSA and Other Student Loans

Many people have found themselves in need of financial aid or assistance repaying their financial aid/student loans due to income changes related to the pandemic. There’s a lot out there, so we’ve tried to put the most important information in one place. FAFSA For the 2021-2022 school year, you may file a FAFSA form up until June 30, 2022. The earlier you file, the more aid you’re likely to receive. Applying for FAFSA qualifies the student for aid programs…

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Creating Financial Stability During the Pandemic

While parts of the country are reopening and working on recovering economically, personal financial recovery seems much harder for many people. Below are tips for managing student debt and mortgages to help you get back on track. Student Loans Assistance Through the CARES act, the principal and interest payment on all federally held student loans was suspended through Sept. 30, 2020. These suspended payments count towards any loan forgiveness programs, provided that all other payments are met. Learn more…

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