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Student Loan Repayment Options: What You Should Know

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Student Loan Repayment Options: What You Should Know

Repaying the money you borrowed to pay for college can be one of the most stressful things about graduating. Knowing that you now have a rather significant debt to repay, and that the lender is willing to consider your employment situation only so much, can be a fairly significant emotional burden. And if you do […]

Student Loan Debt Continues to Grow at Astronomical Rate

Most people assume the worst financial struggles are related to job loss, medical bills, and various other occurrences in life that are somewhat out of our control. You can save in a rainy day fund to help with these occurrences, but you can never predict when they might occur and exactly what might happen. These […]

Millennials and Student Loan Debt

As an increasing number of millennials graduate from college and struggle to join the workforce, more and more young adults realize just how close they are between making ends meet and financial disaster. Are you part of this latest generation to hit the workforce? Are you a parent of a member of the millennial generation […]

Are You Eligible for Student Loan Forgiveness?

If you are drowning in debt and a big reason is your huge student loan, you are not alone. Luckily, you might be eligible for debt forgiveness. Likewise, if you are about to take on student loan debt and you are concerned you will never be able to repay the money you borrow, there are […]

Three Ways Student Loan Debt Has Changed Young Adulthood

According to recent statistics, approximately 60% of the nation’s 20 million college students borrow money annually to help cover the cost of paying for college. National student loan debt is more than $1.2 trillion, so it’s no wonder it has a major impact on the lifestyles of college graduates. Add to this debt burden the […]

CFPB wants non-bank student loan collections under umbrella

Banks have been under strict scrutiny in the wake of the housing crisis that involved allegations of predatory lending, robo-signing and a combination of other factors. A consumer watchdog group has also put the large banks that collect student loan payments whether private or ones that are backed by the government. The group ensures that […]

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