Money for College Project Roundup: Asbestos and Mold Edition
The suite of offices where I work is currently being renovated. Our suite is in the basement of a 100+ year old building, and the mold, mildew, and asbestos that live under the walls has always been disgusting.
The powers that be have finally made the decision to renovate our office space. I am really excited about the remodel, but during the demolition phase, all of those mold, mildew, and asbestos particles have been released into the air. So now everyone who works in the entire building is coughing, and many have upper respiratory infections. I was fine until yesterday, when I cam home wit a violent cough and a raging swollen throat.
Fortunately, I don’t feel sick, just not able to talk. Thankfully, I get to type on this blog instead of talking, so the Money for College project weekly Roundup will go on!
Money for College Project
Can you Invest Student Loans This article is a follow-up to the original posted back in September. I wanted to take a more in-depth approach to the question, because I believe there are some valuable lessons to be learned.
Student Loan Deferments All of the basics for every different type of student loan deferment that you could possibly want. It’s important to note the regulations regarding each type of deferment, as these could drastically impact your ability to receive one.
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