Chinese Library: Student Loans

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Library: Chinese | A guide to finding the right job training school (Chinese) .

如果一間職業學校及其課程具備聲譽而且收費合理,就讀這間學校對於你的未來會成為很有價值的投資。這本指南是專門編輯印製,以協助任何人在考慮報讀就業培訓課程或是職業學校時,能做出明理的選擇,避免積欠過多或毫無保證的學生貸款債務;當一旦不幸成為牟利學校相關詐騙的受害者時,也知道應去何處尋求協助。

Job training can be a valuable investment in your future—if the school or program is reputable and fairly priced. This guide is designed to help anyone considering a job training program or vocational school make an informed choice, avoid excessive or unwarranted student loan debt, and know where to turn if they believe they are a victim of for-profit school fraud.

Category: Fraud/Scams Military/Veterans Student Loans on Mar 29, 2017

Library: Chinese | Money Management 1-2-3: ONE: Getting a Strong Start (Chinese) .

“Money Management 1-2-3: 你一生都應精明理財” ,這本系列手冊的詳述重點著重於初級,中級,和高級程度的基本理財技術方面。第一部份:慎重開始,詳列如何打理個人收入,明智使用信貸,與個人財富長久共存。主題內容包括:瞭解個人薪資單內容,編列預算,開立銀行帳戶,建立良好信貸紀錄,以及妥善處理個人學生貸款。

The “Money Management 1-2-3: Be Smart About Money All Your Life” series focuses on basic money management skills at the beginner, intermediate and advanced level. Part one, Getting a Strong Start, addresses how to manage your income, use credit wisely and live within your means. Topics include understanding your pay stub, filing your tax returns, creating a budget, setting up bank accounts, establishing and building good credit and managing student loans.

Category: Banking Credit Credit Reports/Scores Money Management Student Loans Taxes on Jul 29, 2016

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