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  • Great Advice for Grads e-guide
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    Featuring original content and tips from the best contributors across the Financial Aid and education industry, these smart, student-oriented articles are ideal to share with not only recent and upcoming graduates, but with all students as you advise them during their student career, and prepare them for life beyond campus.


    • Great Advice for Parents e-guide
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      Produced in partnership with NerdWallet, Great Advice for Parents is a free e-guide that offers timely advice on what students and their families should know leading up to and during the college enrollment process. Experts who have “been there, done that” weigh in with strategies to ensure both teens and parents are ready for open conversations about all things finance, helping students and parents be financially prepared for college expenses.


      • Financial Education Literacy for Kids
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        In an ideal world, financial education would start at home. Yet most parents express stress and fear even thinking about money conversations with their children. Featured author, blogger, and financial expert Rob Pivnick has shared his expertise on financial literacy education for youth in his highly praised new book. Preview chapter one, download his handy worksheets, and purchase the full book to get your children on track to a financially successful future.
        What All Kids (and Adults Too) Should Know About…Saving & Investing (book)


    • Federal Student Loan Overview
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      Inceptia’s FAQ website provides borrowers detailed information on all repayment plans, useful links and helpful tips.


    • Managing Your Federal Student Loans
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      Investigate the various repayment options for federal student loans by checking out some of these useful resources that will help you access the best plan of action.


  • Student Guide: 5 Quick Steps to Navigating the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
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    Whether you’re a new student or a soon-to-be graduate, you should be consistently aware of your loan status. Our quick tips will help you navigate the NSLDS website like a pro, so you’re up to speed on your repayment status.
Should you discover that your federal student loan is delinquent, contact the Inceptia Outreach Team to visit with a trained counselor at 855.471.1615 to learn of repayment options to help you get back on-track.