What parents need to borrow for college?
I had a father, I recently this issue. He was particularly concerned by what could safely borrow federal PLUS loans.
Interestingly, student loans for parents is not a subject that receives much attention. The emphasis has always been so ready university student can handle. The average graduate leaves school with a student debt of $ 23,200.
For families, the college is usually at an inopportune time. The boys are heading to college when parents realize that retirement is imminent and they have saved enough.
The students based on federal loan programs are limited to what you can borrow each year. Instead, parents are free to borrow more money from the loan parent PLUS federal program. Parents can borrow as much as the cost of holding their children to college minus any financial aid received.
With home equity loans, which is often a low-cost option, there are no restrictions on what parents can borrow.
So this brings us back to what parents have to borrow for college. Although there is no one-size-fits-all answer, I think parents have a better idea of what they can afford to use two computers connected to the College Board:
Replayment Parent Loan Calculator This calculator generates a monthly pass that we do not take loans. If you have borrowed a total of 40,000 U.S. dollars PLUS loans, for example, monthly payment would be $ 495.
Debt Calculator parents
This calculator can help you determine how much debt the college that you can reasonably expect after considering other monthly bills.
Written By jeremy hunk on Friday, June 25, 2010 | 10:06 AM