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Forrest Grey

Forrest Grey is a psychologist in San Jose, California. He is fueled with a passion to understand the human mind as it relates to the decision-making process. When he is not involved in a research project, he enjoys playing baseball with his son.

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Looking for money for college? There are lots of ways to pay for college, don't get hung up on just one. Whether it's financial aid, student loans, or scholarships, we are here to point you in the right direction!

How To Find Money For College

By Forrest Grey / February 4, 2019

Paying for college can be a challenge. Whether rich, poor, or somewhere in between, most people spend most of what they earn. Not many people can write an annual check for $60,000 without breaking a sweat (or, perhaps, suffering a complete panic attack). It can be tricky to figure out what strategies you can employ…

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It seems contradictory, but many students find they are too poor for college, and too rich for financial aid, making paying for college challenging. Financial aid can be detrimental to middle-class students, find ways around it here!

Too Poor For College, Too Rich For Financial Aid

By Forrest Grey / January 28, 2019

It’s a tough situation that millions of families across the country find themselves in. Students work their hardest to get into amazing schools, only to find out that their financial aid package doesn’t go as far as they thought it would. While it’s not always avoidable, there are some steps students families can take to…

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Curious about what all this student loan debt could mean for the economy? Millennials are more cautious about spending money, forcing them to save, thus hurting the economy. The hefty amount of student loans can be detrimental to credit and seriously affect the ability to get a mortgage. Read more for details.

Millennials Are Facing $1 Trillion in Student Loan Debt

By Forrest Grey / January 21, 2019

It’s official. Young Americans are drowning in student loan debt. At the end of 2018, 18-29 year-olds find themselves exceeding a debt of $1 trillion and, since nearly 1 million student borrowers end up defaulting each year, we know that half of that is not being repaid (Yahoo Finance). Even more devastating, it’s been more…

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Is student loan forgiveness something you've considered? You should know what programs you have available to you. Before you waste your time, make sure you meet the qualifications!

How To Get Your Student Loans Forgiven

By Forrest Grey / January 7, 2019

  Do you ever wish that your student loan debt would magically disappear? As students, paying for our education can be difficult. Most likely, we are forced to take out loans which means debt. Bloomberg reports that this is the first year in over a decade in which young Americans have faced such high debt…

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