Author: Frank Gogol

It is no secret that law school can be expensive! If you graduated from law school, chances you'll have some law school debt following you into your new career. If you are looking for ways to take on your law school debt, you’ve come to...

Desi consulting companies can provide immigrants with a valuable avenue of employment in which they can build skills and experience. However, there are countless desi consulting companies out there, and they differ greatly in the types of work they do and the areas of expertise...

Financing a car is a significant challenge on a teacher’s salary, even if you’re buying a relatively affordable used car. Typically, purchasing a car requires taking out a loan of some kind, and there are multiple options available. This article explores car financing options for teachers,...

H-1B visa holders are typically well-educated and highly-qualified, and this gives many visa holders numerous employment options. However, since an H-1B is sponsored by an employer, visa holders often think they cannot switch employers, or that it is a very complex process. This is what an...

Despite America’s economy being one of the largest in the world, it can be tough to get a loan as an immigrant. Chances are you’ve heard rumors and you’re probably wondering if there are loans for Telugu people. The good news is, there are! Below we...

Studying in the U.S. as an international student can be very expensive. If you are an Indian student studying in the U.S. on an F-1 visa, you might be wondering how you'll cover all the fees and expenses bound to pop up. The good news...

Fitness for a personal loan is determined by a number of factors: for instance, income, credit score, future earning potential, and debt-to-income ratio are typically all considered. Individuals who work in relatively well-compensated professions that are in high demand can, therefore, obtain loans easier than...

Financial institutions assess the finances of loan applicants using a number of measures, and one of the most important is debt-to-income ratio. Debt-to-income ratio sets the debts an individual holds against the income they have coming in, and so reflects their financial responsibility and ability...

Obtaining a law school degree provides a reliable pathway to steady employment and a solid income, but graduates typically incur significant debt as well. Law school students graduate with an average of $140,000 of student debt, an amount that even employed and well-compensated graduates can...