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A Servicemember’s Guide to Student Loan Interest Rates

ATTENTION: Many servicemembers now qualify to have their federal student loan interest rates reduced! Read more below. The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 How Do I Know If I Qualify? What Do I Need To Do To Get My Interest Rate Reduced? Can I Still Get My Interest Reduced If I Already Got Out Of The Service? Do I Q more...

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Veterans Guide to Education Benefits

The Montgomery G.I. Bill - Overview The Montgomery G.I. Bill (“GI Bill”) was passed after World War II. The purpose was to give returning veterans a chance to go to college or get vocational training. The program has existed - and expanded - ever since. It has helped thousands of veterans. The law is broken down into several "chapters," each describing a different program. It includes programs for certain active duty members, Reservists and Na more...

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Chapter 30 - Active Duty GI Bill (MGIB)

Chapter 30 – Active Duty GI Bill The Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty ("MGIB") provides up to 36 months of education benefits. The benefit can be used for: College Technical or Vocational Courses Correspondence Courses Apprenticeship/Job Training Flight Training High-tech Training Licensing & Certification Tests Entrepreneurship Training more...

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GI Bill Comparison Tool

The Department of Veterans Affairs created the GI BillComparison Tool, designed to make it easier for Veterans to calculate their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits and learn more about colleges, universities and other education and training programs across the country. The GI Bill Comparison Tool brings together information from more than 17 online sources and three federal more...

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Issue with Financial Product or Service?

If you have issues with your credit card, mortgage, credit reporting, debt collection, bank account or service, money transfer, payday loan, private student loan, or other consumer loan submit a complaint or call toll-free at (855) 411-CFPB (2372). more...

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