Finance and loan tips
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So after that stressful rite of passage known as a job search, a company finally gave you an offer. Congratulations! Or maybe you were recently married, had a baby, or went through any number of life changes that would impact your finances. These are all cases in which you may find yourself filling out a W-4 form.
Something that’s meant to give you a fright: Halloween. But something that definitely shouldn’t is student loans. That’s why we started Climb Credit back in 2014, with the goals of working with schools that build student salaries and of providing loans that students could actually afford to pay after graduating.
As with any major life decision, the first step you’ll need to take to help keep your student loan repayment process as smooth as possible is to make a plan. Whether you’re switching careers or boosting your current career, keep in mind what your potential new salary could be and when it might take effect.
Just like there are lots of different types of student loans out there, there are also many different approaches people take when applying for one.