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Borrow from Uncle Sam: Federal Loans for Business School

federal loans for business school

You can borrow from the federal government under three different graduate student loan programs: Direct Stafford, Direct PLUS, and Perkins. The main attraction of this type of financing is that it carries a lower interest rate than private loans. To apply, you'll have to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To help you figure out which loan program to pick, we've put together a table of key characteristics below. At the end of the day, borrowed money is just that – debt. But the devil is in the details when you start talking about interest rates, terms, limits, and more. If after reviewing this information you want to learn more, we recommend visiting the government's web site: Student Aid on the Web.


Federal Loans for Business School

federal loans for business school

 

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