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Learn About Car Insurance in Missouri

October 31st, 2022

Each state,Guest Posting including Missouri, has its own unique set of requirements when it comes to car insurance. If you are close to driving age in Missouri or you’re moving to Missouri from another state it makes sense to learn about these requirements. Once you learn about car insurance in Missouri you’ll find that it has a few similarities and some differences from other states.One of the most important requirements you will want to be aware of is that Missouri requires you to maintain financial liability for your vehicle. Of course, unless you are moving to Missouri from Wisconsin, Florida, or New Hampshire you should already be familiar with the concept of mandatory car insurance. Basically the law in Missouri states that you must always maintain financial responsibility for your vehicle at all times, to insure an injured party is protected.So, what else should you know about car insurance in Missouri? One important fact is that you must provide proof of insurance at all times, including while registering your vehicle with the DMV. Some acceptable proofs of financial responsibility include a current insurance card, a receipt from your insurance carrier showing name and vehicle information, the actual insurance policy, or a self-insured card from the Driver and Vehicle Services Bureau (applicable to dealers).

Missouri Money For College – Rate Relief Student Loans Will Help You Pay For Your Education

April 21st, 2022

If you are a single mom or a lone parent and you live in Missouri it may be hard to go back to school or continue education because of the added pressure of having kids and earning enough money for daily needs. However, there is a chance for everyone who needs help or assistance!

The loan service run by the Missouri higher education loan authority or “MOHELA” as it is called offers special rate relief student loans to help you pay for your education. This is of great benefit if you are on a low income and need every cent to get by.

What is the rate relief loan?

If you have taken out a Stafford or Perkins loan the state loan service will offer you a reduction of around 3% on the interest rate you pay. This is unique to this state and only applies to these types of loans and will help you save a considerable sum of money.

If you do not qualify for rate reduction loan from “MOHELA” all is not lost. There is also the public service reward program run by the Missouri loan authority.

The Missouri public service reward program is for anyone who has worked for the state or as a police officer, teacher or a nurse in Missouri.

If you do not qualify for either of these programs you can still apply for a free federal grant or scholarship to pay for you to go back to school.

Scholarships and educational grants are now available in countless numbers and even specifically targeted at single parents wanting to go back to school. There are lots of sources where you can research and find grants and fund assistance for your particular needs.

A lot of them can be found over the internet so grab your pen and pencil to track down all scholarships available for you. Before applying ensure that you meet all qualifications to avoid wasting precious time.

The federal government also offers assistance for everyone who want to continue education. Top grants available include the pell grant as well as the federal supplemental opportunity grant (FSEOG). The basis for these grants are income tax returns and you need to complete the FAFSA form first which you can find online.

Your first stop should be to contact the Missouri loan authority or MOHELA and find out exactly you qualify for. If you cannot get any assistance or if loans are too expensive then your next step is to apply for federal grants and state or federal scholarships.