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Gutfeld Goes BERSERK on the Squad Over Student Loans [Video]

An irate Greg Gutfeld ripped members of the so-called Squad for their continued advocacy of student loan debt forgiveness. Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) have both revealed they still owe thousands of dollars for their school loans. The Squad and other progressives in Congress have urged President Joe Biden to keep his []

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Saving for College

How to Pay For College Without Going Broke [Video]

If you’re looking for the answer for how to pay for college, then this is your answer. You will find a host of tips and tricks to make college more affordable for you. Also, check out my FREE Scholarship Prep Bundle: https://thomasknappfe.ck.page/scholarshipprepbundle- LINKS -(When available, we use affiliate links and may earn a commission)COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP RESOURCES:Debt Free Degree by Anthony ONeal: https://amzn.to/36IusYmUltimate Scholarship Book 2021: https://amzn.to/2USt8PUPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES:UNSTOPPABLE by Tracy Timm: https://amzn.to/3ipc8sxBUSINESS RESOURCES:VidIQ YouTube Optimization: https://vidiq.com/thomasknappfeTubeBuddy: https://www.tubebuddy.com/thomasknappfeConvertKit Email Marketing Solution: https://convertkit.com/?lmref=9avl9w- CONNECT WITH ME -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thomasknappfe/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThomasKnappFETikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thomasknappfe?lang=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/thomasknappfeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasknappfe/- PLAYLISTS -Pay for College WITHOUT Student Loans:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLWv6I56u3eBEWMkNUStpIv9MK9PaQRXAMoney Management:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nd1sr9JnPQE&list=PLLWv6I56u3eCq9L5knd1U4G6Q_Ws4zAZ6Build Wealth:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXSf2S5RQwQ&list=PLLWv6I56u3eDJ-_wRinlt7YC9GHKxp17dThanks for watching Thomas Knapp Financial Empowerment!Stay Empowered!#payforcollege #freecollege #college

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Preparing for College

Do the SAT/ACT Test matter anymore? And should you take them… [Video]

Thank you for watching our VideoIf you’d like to help us continue producing videos feel free to giving what ever you like through:Venmo – @PrincipiaPrepOrBuy Me A Coffee – https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PrincipiaPrepIn this video, Do the SAT/ACT Test matter anymore? And should you take them… we talk about the fact that so many colleges over 1800 of them have stayed SAT and ACT optional. Especially suggest high level colleges and universities. Like MIT, the Ivy League universities, Stanford, and Caltech have announced that they will not be requiring SAT/ACT scores for both the 2020–21 and 2021–22 admissions cycles.Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, Harvard College is extending our standardized testing policy through the 2021-2022 application cycle. We will allow students to apply for admission without requiring ACT or SAT test results.What Is Test-Optional? If a college or university has a test-optional admissions policy, that means they allow all or some applicants to decide whether to submit SAT or ACT® scores as part of their applicationAdditional Videos to view:The Introductory Video For The James Russo Memorial Scholarship – Scholarships 2021/2022https://youtu.be/CVboff9epLwCollege Admissions Decisions Are Imminent Don’t Mess it up now – Early Action and Early Decisionhttps://youtu.be/oiBi3FwHyX0Student Loan Forgiveness & What’s Likely To Happen – Biden Loan Forgiveness & Student Loan Debthttps://youtu.be/kgBAmws6xeMCollege Covid Vaccine Requirements The Good, The Bad & What To Expect If you get the Vaccine or nothttps://youtu.be/F0AgWSVpadMChoosing Student loans based on your Credit Score – TransUnion, Equifax, and Experianhttps://youtu.be/a1iNHkY8mWAStudent College Loan Declined? You Have Options.https://youtu.be/nIbznxfrpPYStep-by-Step Guide to Master Promissory Note & Entrance Counseling forms for the Fafsa student loanshttps://youtu.be/sqMJ3GaIpgMLiving on Campus or Commuting to College – Comparing the Good and Bad of Both and the Costhttps://youtu.be/kJz0_mWN1wcEstablishing In-State Residency for Out of State Colleges – The Benefits and the Processhttps://youtu.be/7HUGmIvF_ewCollege Multi-Year Student Loans Vs Single Year Student Loans – know the difference & which is besthttps://youtu.be/QAoasvT-JFwThe 4 Reasons to Consider Community Collegehttps://youtu.be/D2StTP3T-_Q10 Ways to Show Demonstrated Interest to improve your College Admissionshttps://youtu.be/W452QpjFxj0Reasons to hire a College Advisorhttps://youtu.be/AqpYrI7ZzOkReasons Why You Shouldn’t Hire a College Advisorhttps://youtu.be/catYgu4Ic6AThe Pandemic can not be used as an Excuse for Admissions Issues – Grade Drops and Lite Resumeshttps://youtu.be/FRreU6bdmK4If you need help with the college process please fee free to contact us at info@principiaprep.com or call at 908-400-1363.#College #highschool #financialaid

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Saving for College

This Is the PERFECT Example of Why NOT to Forgive Student Loans [Video]

Thanks to Kamikoto for sponsoring today’s video. Go to https://kamikoto.com/mattwalsh to save $50.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://www.youtube.com/c/MattWalsh Representative Rashida Tlaib recently spoke out about how she doesn’t use her college degree, and how we need to cancel student debt. What she doesn’t realize, is that she is the perfect example of why we should not do that.Watch the full episode here: https://bit.ly/3dx9e2NWatch full episodes of The Matt Walsh Show here: https://bit.ly/3kImEelAll the cool kids have newsletters, so I made one too. Sign up to get it every Friday here. Click here: http://www.mattwalshreport.com/Become a Daily Wire Member today to gain access to exclusive content: https://utm.io/ud1Bz#TheMattWalshShow #News #Politics #DailyWire #RashidaTlaib #StudentLoans #College #Debt

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Saving for College

Becoming An Independent Student & How It Helps & Hurts Your Financial Aid [Video]

Thank you for watching our VideoIf you’d like to help us continue producing videos feel free to help us out by giving what ever you like through:Venmo – @PrincipiaPrepOrBuy Me A Coffee – https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PrincipiaPrepIn this video, Becoming An Independent Student & How It Helps & Hurts Your Financial Aid we discuss when is a good time and bad time to become an independent student for financial aid. This will affect Fafsa and the CSS Profile forms for college financial aid.The federal student aid programs are based on the concept that it is primarily your and your family’s responsibility to pay for your education. A dependent student is assumed to have the support of parents, so the parents’ information has to be assessed along with the student’s, in order to get a full picture of the family’s financial strength. If you’re a dependent student, it doesn’t mean your parents are required to pay anything toward your education; this is just a way of looking at everyone in a consistent manner.An independent student is one of the following: at least 24 years old, married, a graduate or professional student, a veteran, a member of the armed forces, an orphan, a ward of the court, someone with legal dependents other than a spouse, an emancipated minor, or someone who is homeless or at risk of becoming homelessAdditional Videos to view:Student Loan Forgiveness & What’s Likely To Happen – Biden Loan Forgiveness & Student Loan Debthttps://youtu.be/kgBAmws6xeMCollege Covid Vaccine Requirements The Good, The Bad & What To Expect If you get the Vaccine or nothttps://youtu.be/F0AgWSVpadMChoosing Student loans based on your Credit Score – TransUnion, Equifax, and Experianhttps://youtu.be/a1iNHkY8mWAStudent College Loan Declined? You Have Options.https://youtu.be/nIbznxfrpPYStep-by-Step Guide to Master Promissory Note & Entrance Counseling forms for the Fafsa student loanshttps://youtu.be/sqMJ3GaIpgMLiving on Campus or Commuting to College – Comparing the Good and Bad of Both and the Costhttps://youtu.be/kJz0_mWN1wcEstablishing In-State Residency for Out of State Colleges – The Benefits and the Processhttps://youtu.be/7HUGmIvF_ewCollege Multi-Year Student Loans Vs Single Year Student Loans – know the difference & which is besthttps://youtu.be/QAoasvT-JFwThe 4 Reasons to Consider Community Collegehttps://youtu.be/D2StTP3T-_Q10 Ways to Show Demonstrated Interest to improve your College Admissionshttps://youtu.be/W452QpjFxj0Reasons to hire a College Advisorhttps://youtu.be/AqpYrI7ZzOkReasons Why You Shouldn’t Hire a College Advisorhttps://youtu.be/catYgu4Ic6AThe Pandemic can not be used as an Excuse for Admissions Issues – Grade Drops and Lite Resumeshttps://youtu.be/FRreU6bdmK4If you need help with the college process please fee free to contact us at info@principiaprep.com or call at 908-400-1363.#College #highschool #financialaid

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Saving for College

Using an IRA to Pay Off Student Loans [Video]

0:00 How to use an IRA to pay off student debt1:00 Can I use my IRA to pay my student loan?1:25 What is a hardship distribution?1:36 Can I use my IRA to pay for college?2:21 Can I use my Roth IRA to pay for student loans?If you have a lot of student debt, you may be able to use IRA funds to pay it off. Plus, if you are currently enrolled in school, you can get penalty-free use of your IRA funds to pay for higher learning expenses, such as tuition and books.–Discover more videos by IRA Financial: https://www.youtube.com/user/IRAFinancialGroup/videos?view_as=subscriberSubscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/IRAFinancialGroup?sub_confirmation=1–About IRA Financial: IRA Financial Group was founded by Adam Bergman, a former tax and ERISA attorney who worked at some of the largest law firms. During his years of practice, he noticed that many of his clients were not even aware that they can use an IRA or 401(k) plan to make alternative asset investments, such as real estate. He created IRA Financial to help educate retirement account holders about the benefits of self-directed retirement plan solutions.IRA Financial Group is a retirement account facilitator, document filing, and do-it yourself document service, not a law firm. IRA Financial Group does not provide legal services. No attorney-client relationship exists between Client and IRA Financial Group, its management, salespersons or IFG’s in-house legal counsel. IRA Financial Group provides IRA retirement facilitation service and CANNOT provide Client with legal, investment, or financial advice. Prior to making any investment decisions, please consult with the appropriate legal, tax, and investment professionals for advice.IFG is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting or other professional services. If legal advice or other professional assistance is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought. (From a Declaration of Principles jointly adopted by a Committee of the American Bar Association & a Committee of Publishers and Associations.). The scope of Professional Services does not include the costs of any custodian related services.Learn More: https://www.irafinancialgroup.com/about-us/#IRA #StudentLoans #StudentDebt #IRADistribution #HardshipDistribution #PayOffStudentLoans #IRAforStudentLoans #IRAWithdrawal #Retirement #Taxes #IRAWithdrawalRules

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Saving for College

Should You Take Out Student Loans to Pay For College? #Shorts [Video]

Should You Take Out Student Loans to Pay For College?First of all, understand there is no “right” or “wrong” answer as it depends greatly on your specific situation. You need to do your homework and research before making such a large life decision like this.What job do you intend to get with that degree?How much does that job pay?How in-demand is that job today and how in-demand will it be 10-20 years in the future?How much in student loans would you have to take out?How many years of work would it take you to pay off all of that student loan debt with that job’s average salary?If you can’t do this homework before making this huge financial decision, it means you probably shouldn’t…SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE CONSCIOUS MONEY SCHOOL VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrghLCYl0ZNyvQnrW48FHSA

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Saving for College

All About Student Loans [Video]

This is part nine of The Center’s Financial Aid 101 series. This video goes over the different parts of taking out student loans in order to pay for college. The topics of how to apply for student loans, types of student loans, disbursement, and repayment are discussed. Website mentioned in video: https://studentaid.gov/Floating by Roa https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/_-floatingMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/kBxU-TV_-PE

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Saving for College

What’s the right way and the wrong way to use retirement funds to pay for college? [Video]

We recently received a question from a listener. Jim asked, “I recently changed jobs and have a retirement plan from my former employer. I want to use part of that money to pay for my son’s college expenses. What is the best way to do that?”In this clip, we talk about the right way and the wrong way to do this.To watch the full episode, visit: https://cfswv.com/cfsblog/wealth-wednesday-should-you-use-an-old-401k-plan-to-pay-for-college

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Saving for College

Is it a good idea to use your retirement funds to pay for college? [Video]

We recently received a question from a listener. Jim asked, “I recently changed jobs and have a retirement plan from my former employer. I want to use part of that money to pay for my son’s college expenses. What is the best way to do that?”In this clip, we discuss why this may not be the best way to help your kids with those college expenses. To watch the full episode, visit: https://cfswv.com/cfsblog/wealth-wednesday-should-you-use-an-old-401k-plan-to-pay-for-college

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Saving for College

The Potential Tax Cost of Using a 401k Plan to Pay for College. [Video]

We recently received a question from a listener. Jim asked, “I recently changed jobs and have a retirement plan from my former employer. I want to use part of that money to pay for my son’s college expenses. What is the best way to do that?”In this clip, we discuss the potential tax costs of withdrawing money from a retirement plan to pay for education expenses.To watch the entire episode, please visit: https://cfswv.com/cfsblog/wealth-wednesday-should-you-use-an-old-401k-plan-to-pay-for-college

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Saving for College

Using a retirement plan to pay for college could cost a whole lot more than the taxes. [Video]

e recently received a question from a listener. Jim asked, “I recently changed jobs and have a retirement plan from my former employer. I want to use part of that money to pay for my son’s college expenses. What is the best way to do that?”In this clip, we talk about the potential lost opportunity of compounded returns for your retirement.To watch the full episode, visit: https://cfswv.com/cfsblog/wealth-wednesday-should-you-use-an-old-401k-plan-to-pay-for-college