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4085 West 5415 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84118

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Salt Lake City

2630 W 3500 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Utah

Salt Lake City

5416 Amelia Earhart Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84116

Utah

Salt Lake City

753 South Fairway Lane, Orem, UT 84058

Utah

Orem

901 Washington Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84404

Utah

Ogden

576 E University Parkway, Orem, UT 84097

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Orem

550 N Main Street No. 217, Logan, UT 84321

Utah

Logan

70 South 100 West, Kaysville, UT 84037

Utah

Kaysville

8926 S 700 East, Sandy, UT 84070

Utah

Sandy

5366 S 1900 West, Roy, UT 84067

Utah

Roy


Frequently asked questions about loan places in utah

  • So I wish to go to flight school before my mission to get a head start. But I need to take out a loan to do so and I wish I could find somewhere that will allow me to defer my payments while im in school, and on my mission for two years. I'm having a hard time finding a way to do this. Is it even possible? Are there any returned missionaries out there that have done this? If not, what would be the next best option? (Besides waiting until after my mission)
  • Most major colleges will do that. Certainly BYU will. The Air Force Academy and other military schools will. The University of Utah will. Most PAC 10 schools will. Check with your college adviser.
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  • I am making this huge life transition and I am struggling. I am moving from Utah to Oregon. I am a college student and I plan to work a stupid 10$ an hr job and my husband will do home health work. We are moving with some savings and good intentions. Although we are just doing it picking up and moving! It is exciting but scary. I am wondering should we stay in a hotel for 2 weeks until we find a job and can rent a decent apartment with a source of income or should we stoop down and ask my mom to co-sign on our apartment (embarassing because we have been EXTREMELY financially independent) I know we won't qualify for an apartment once we're there until we have jobs!
  • I vote you suck it up and ask your mom. The fact that you've always been very independent speaks well for you. I should think she'd be willing to give you a loan or to co-sign. A loan might be simpler in that she'd have less control and responsibility in the long run. Personally, I'd want the piece of mind knowing that I had a place to live lined up. Best of luck to you!
  • don't get an apt until you have a job -- co-signer or not. anyway you probably wouldn't get anyone to rent to you in these conditions. they like to get paid and don't want to take this kind of risk. you don't want to stick your mom with the rest if you're unable to get a job. does the term recession mean anything?
  • Ask for help nothin wrong with that pay it back if u want need to
  • My husband took out a large amount in student loans *before* we were married. He has been unemployed for a while now, and the loan company will not defer the loans due to unemployment. We do not have enough money to pay all our bills, and all our savings are gone. So since all the income is MINE, rather than be evicted or have our heat turned off, I stopped paying his student loans - monthly payment is as much as our rent. They said they will send him to collections 45 days past due. Since my name is not on the loans, will this hurt my credit report? The only thing our name are on together is our checking account and our apartment lease. If they come after him, what can they take or repossess? Can they garnish my wages since his name is on the checking account my paychecks go into?
  • If your name is not on the loan, that is, you are not a co-signer, they cannot report the delinquency to your credit report. Myth-busting truth: declaring bankruptcy will NOT discharge a government student loan. Your actual rights vary depending on whether the student loan is a government or private loan. Check any credit card and other loan agreement, too. If you are a joint user or one of you is an authorized user, it can affect your credit history. Get your paychecks deposited in an account that is solely yours. If they get a judgment allowing them to seize his accounts, they can't touch your money if you didn't sign the loan or credit agreement. Whether they garnish wages or seize an account is a matter of state law. Get some assistance on your state's law. A good place to start is www.creditnet.com message boards, and post your situation. The members are sharp-toothed experts who will help you when you get into legal difficulties with creditors and collection agents.
  • Who are his student loans with? Any loan that is through the Department of Education, you can get a deferment if you are unemployed. No, his loans won't affect your credit score. However, if the two of you ever want to buy a house, to get a mortgage, they'll likely use both scores so he needs to get it straightened out. Go to the Department of Education website. See about consolidating the loans into a DL loan. You'll need to call them to do that. But if he is unemployed, he should be getting them deferred. They can also help you get the loans into a department of Ed loan if they are not already the Dep. of Ed.
  • I don't know if your husband has consolidated or not but doing so would give him 3 fresh years of deferment and three years of forbearance also a lower payment so you would have more options and he will not have to deal with having a federal loan in default. If you want more information about how this federal program can help him you can call me or send me an email if you prefer. My name is Tiana Thrower the number is toll free 800-964-0642 ext 119 tthrower@studentaidlending.com
  • Many things here... first of all, student loans are government loans... they can garnish wages, even take your income tax returns if necessary... As far as what they can do to you would depend on if you are in a marital property state or not. If you are, when you marry someone their debts become yours and you are just as responsible to pay them. I find it hard to believe they will not work with you until he is back to work.. Call them again, and push hard.... talk to a supervisor, etc.... most of the time they are very easy to work with.
  • I agree, take his name off the bank accounts or start up a new one in just your name. Other than that, they can't touch you for any debt you aren't personally liable for, and marriage does NOT create a liability for you (well, except for the unemployed husband). They are unlikely to seek a judgment, since student loans are impossible to dissolve in bankruptcy anyway, there's just no benefit. They will be owed until they are paid or he dies. That simple. But getting his name off the limited cash assets you have, like your bank account, will give you one layer of extra protection you probably won't need, but maybe will help you sleep better.
  • Close your joint checking account and open one in your name only. They can not garnish your wages since it's not your debt and was incurred before you were married. If they get a judgment? They can attach any property that is his name, like vehicles, boats etc.
  • They can and will go after the money in your joint checking account. Just get another checking account on your own and they should not be able to get that. They will go after you tax refund in the future if his name is on that.
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