Monday, March 25, 2013

So, you should sign this petition...

Tonight I signed a petition to The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama which says:

"Total outstanding student loan debt in America has passed the $1 Trillion mark.

Exceeding credit card and auto debt, it is the only kind of debt that actually increased during the "Great Recession." And the problem only continues to worsen.

Reclaim the American Dream for more than 37 Million student loan borrowers - Support the Student Loan Fairness Act (H.R. 1330)!"

Our last petitioning efforts didn't produce action like everyone had hoped, but our voices were most definitely heard. Let's make round 2 roar even louder. Will you sign this petition and join the fight? Click here (It only takes about 2.8 seconds to sign):

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Numbers Don't Lie

The dawn is closing in on what was a beautiful sunny Nashville, Tennessee Saturday so why not take this time to dwell on my private student loans?!

Ha, all joking aside, it really has been a good Saturday (I worked until 3pm) so I won't tear down the whole day with this post, but I wanted to give y'all an update of where I stand. Strictly speaking in numbers.

The total amount of loans that I borrowed for school (in 2007 & 2008) is $68,545.00.
As of TODAY I have paid Sallie Mae a total of $22.510.32 (of which, $875.85 went to my principal).
As of TODAY I still owe $78,950.18.

Is that ringing as loud for you as it is for me?! I only borrowed sixty eight thousand, have paid over twenty two thousand and yet I still owe almost seventy nine thousand dollars. This is where I would insert 2 or 3 demeaning punch words to show how utterly sick it makes me to look at these facts, but I just don't have the words. I can not mentally wrap my mind around the FACT that a company can get away with this. Punch word followed by another punch word ending in a horrific hashtag.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Disability Loans- Assured Cash For Any Disabled Person

Are you a physically disabled being and are living on the benefit of DSS? Although it seems very simple for one to live on the benefits and obtain cash for all sorts of expenses and requirements but still there are numerous issues that comes to one's life that also needs to be solved. But if you fall short of funds in such situations then what else can you do other than pleading your friends for monetary help? But that too is not going to work any longer as the crisis do not come for once only and there are chances of it knocking at your gate repeatedly. So, in circumstances like those, you should be always prepared with loans like the disability loans that are being mainly meant for the disabled people only.

disability loans do not turn downward any of the disabled people and anybody living on the benefit of the DSS can claim to obtain funds in it. Furthermore, there is no limitation among the borrowers in terms of the tribute scores as well. So, that means you will be considered as an eligible borrower even if your credit rating is very poor or bad. That indicates how friendly and helpful these loans are towards the disabled people. Some of the credit account that tags a person as a bad credit holder are Arrears, Late payment, Defaults, IVA, County Court Judgments, Bankruptcy or Skipping of installments.

The loans for disabled will not make you compromise on any of your monetary issues and paying off anything like your child's examination/tuition fee, car repairing, house installment, medical bill or electricity bill will get very simple for you. So, there are groups of benefits and advantages of opting for these loans which cannot be ignored by one at once.