Grant Secrets for America

9 Ways to Spot Personal Loan Scams

Valuable information from guest contributor Bankrate: 9 ways to spot personal loan scams According to Bankrate: Consumers lost a...

Internet Resources For Students

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Zippia Guide for Veteran Job Seekers: How to Transition from the Military to the Workforce

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Bankrate Guide: How to Consolidate Student Loans

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Best Small Business Loan Options for Women in 2020

Women entrepreneurs are an important part of the economy, and the number of women...

Scholarships for Veterans and Their Families

30 College Scholarships for Veterans and Their Families

Comparitech Guide: Disaster Recovery

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LendEDU Guide: Managing Student Loan Debt: Tips and Resources

This guide provides detailed insights and resources on the following topics: • Understanding statistics and facts about student...

LendEDU Guide: Personal Business Loans—How to Get One

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Ultimate Guide for Veterans Looking to Start a Small Business

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LendEDU Guide: Student Loan Forgiveness – A Complete Guide

If you’re like most students, you probably took out student loans to help pay for your education....

LendEDU Guide: Income-Driven Repayment Plans for Federal Student Loans

An income-driven repayment plan is an option if you took out federal student loans to pay...

14 Students in Georgia Learn They All Won a Scholarship

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Grant for Your Pet’s Veterinary Bills

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Five Ways to Spot a Grant Scam

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Using Grants Cumulatively

Everyone wants to get the really big grants. However, if you focus exclusively on these, you may miss out on funding your project. A different approach is to seek several smaller grants, which are more commonly found and may have less competition. An effective way to do this is to divide your project into parts that function independently.

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What’s the Difference between Scholarships and Educational Grants?

There are numerous ways that you can beat the high cost of tuition. Two of the main ones are scholarships and educational grants. I sometimes get questions about what the difference is between them, as well as what all the other types of educational grants are, such as fellowships, subsidies, work study programs, and more. What they have in common is that any free money that

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Bankrate Guide: How to Consolidate Student Loans

Student loan consolidation is the process of taking multiple outstanding loans and reorganizing them into a single loan, sometimes with a longer repayment period and therefore a lower monthly payment. If you’re in serious debt and ineligible for student loan forgiveness, consolidation could offer the solution you need. Here’s what you need to know.

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Best Small Business Loan Options for Women in 2020

Women entrepreneurs are an important part of the economy, and the number of women business owners has been steadily increasing annually. Finding a loan can help start or grow a business, and this guide can help.

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Target These 5 Best Places to Find College Scholarships and Grants

_searchIt is much faster and easier to search for college scholarships and grants than it was 20 years ago, before the Internet changed the process for finding information forever. Now you just need an Internet connection and a phone, tablet, or computer to find multiple resources for free money for college. Here are five ways to search are all viable and every one of them is a potential gold mine.

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LendEDU Guide: Student Loan Forgiveness – A Complete Guide

If you’re like most students, you probably took out student loans to help pay for your education. For some students, their loan debt is a never-ending nightmare that they don’t think they’ll ever get out of. There is, however, an option available for some students called student loan forgiveness – which means you don’t have to pay your student loans back. For students who meet the criteria, it can be an excellent way to stop pouring money down the loan payment drain. Let’s take a look at some different types of student loan forgiveness.

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Get a Government Grant for Your Rural Home

rural houseIf you’re an American who lives in a rural county, you may be eligible to get a government grant to help your housing situation. The Rural Housing Stability Assistance Program (RHSP) is designed to provide assistance for rural counties to re-house or improve the housing situations of individuals and families who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or in the worst housing situations, stabilize the housing of individuals and families who are at risk of becoming homeless, and improve the ability of the lowest-income residents to afford stable housing.

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Healing for Nurses’ Economic Hurt

It’s been well publicized in recent years that there has been a shortage of nurses in the United States. The number of students entering the nursing field has increased as a result. The pay and the job prospects are good, and those are big incentives in a time when jobs for new graduates are scarce and wages in general are stagnant. Add in the factor of many students carrying a large education debt load, and it’s easy to see the attraction of entering an in-demand profession.

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5 Answers for Teachers About Federal Grants for Grad School

Kindergarten teacher and children with hands raisedA TEACH grant is a federal grant that can be worth up to $4,000. ​At a basic level, students must agree to teach for four years at an elementary school, secondary school, or educational service agency that serves students from low-income families to receive this grant. There are other requirements for this grant as well, outlined in this article.

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Government Grants to Help Reduce Danger to Pedestrians

Pedestrian-Hit-By-Car-government-grants-chris-johnson-free-moneyIt’s been getting more dangerous to walk in the United States, but government grants may help ease the situation.

In 2012, the last year for which complete data are available, 4,743 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes. That total represented 14% of all traffic deaths that year; a decade earlier, pedestrian deaths had been 11% of all road fatalities. The 2012 total was a 6% increase over the previous year.

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What Do You Do If Someone Offers You a Government Grant that You Didn’t Ask For?

Jackpot! You received notice that you have already qualified for a grant, one that you didn’t even apply for. A company that you’re not familiar with is selflessly notifying people that the government wants to give them grants they didn’t even ask for. The reasons given that you qualify for this grant may vary from “because you’re a taxpayer” to “as a citizen, you’re entitled to….”

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You Asked for It: More about Unexpected Government Grant Offers

In a previous article, I told you how some questionable companies may try to convince you that you have automatically been awarded a grant, even though you hadn’t applied for one. Some people were interested to find out more, including what to watch out for and who might be targeted. We’ll take a look at what some of the possible signs are that tell you to beware, and also see whether you may be vulnerable to being targeted.

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How Community Development Block Grants Can Improve Your Neighborhood

Do you know what happens to areas where there’s an economic decline? One bleak scenario is that without money, it starts to become dilapidated and possibly crime-ridden, so that just accelerates the pace of businesses and residents leaving the area. Revenues decline further because of the shrinking tax base, and the downward spiral continues. One way to prevent this is with an infusion of outside funding. One way a town or neighborhood can get a boost is with money from the federal government. One of the longest-running and most successful federal grant programs is the Community Development Block Grant. Here’s how it works. A sum of money in the form of a federal grant is provided

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Going Back to School Later in Life

Picture the typical college or university student. You probably envisioned a teenage or twenty-ish kid who’s living it up at college, Animal House-style. Well, it may be time to rethink that. The average age of the college students has been rising, mostly due to adults returning to school. What are called “non-traditional” or “mature” students are becoming more the norm now.

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New Business Grants in the United States

Many American entrepreneurs are interested in receiving help with funding to supplement the costs of launching a new business. Starting a new venture can be exciting, but one aspect of it is that when you’re just on the verge of opening or have just started, it can seem like everyone has their hand out to be paid, whether it’s for an operating license, utility hookup, purchasing equipment, buying signage, whew, the list goes on….

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Options for a Second Career

There may come a time in your life when you find that it’s necessary or desirable to train for a second career, so it’s good to know that there are often government grants that will help you learn a new trade. In past times, workers typically stayed in their chosen career from the time after school, until retirement. In our changing economy, though, that’s becoming less common.

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Vets can continue to serve by starting a business

One of the most impactful ways veterans can keep serving their country is by starting a business. It allows them to channel their talents, support their families, build their communities, and put their fellow veterans to work. One out of every 10 American businesses today is owned by a veteran, and 5.8 million Americans owe their job to a veteran. Among the most patriotic things any American can do is hire a veteran.

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You Can Benefit by Helping Others

This website provides you with plenty of information about how you can receive government grants for yourself or your organization. But here, we’re going to take a quick look at how you can provide for others and benefit yourself. You can donate cash, services, or useful items to charities that benefit communities, men, women, children, or animals.

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