Maybe you didn’t land a summer job this year. Or maybe you need to supplement that income. In that case, consider other ways to raise cash.
We’ll look at more of these later, but for now let’s consider how a personal fundraiser might help you cover some of your school costs next term. After all, you have more resources for fundraising these days. And you can use social media to extend your reach to those friends of friends of friends.
diane.jsmith - Thu, 11/18/2010 - 04:57
My husband just finished his Masters in Dec, He had got a loan for about 40,000. in January we received a bill for $250 then a couple months later aces said we now owe $500/month.so i paid that. Then a month ago i got a bill from Nelnet for $250.so i was now paying $750/month. Now just a couple days ago Nelnet now says we owe $374/month. We called and they said we can’t consolidate or defer the payments.. Does this seem right?