Put More Money in Your Pocket by Lowering Student Loan Payments

Student loans continue to plague the country. The average student loan balance rose from $18,259 in 2005 up to $35,051 in 2015 . This equated to an estimate of $1.2 trillion in student loan debt. With this increasing debt in mind, it’s important to remember it’s never too early to start considering...

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Strategies to Pay Off Your Student Loans Before Graduation

Think it’s too early to start planning your post-graduation finances? Financial planning is most beneficial when it is done as early as possible. This is especially true if you are one of the 40 million Americans facing student loan debt. Even though you may not be required to make a...

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8 Hints How to Make a Student’s Loan the Most Affordable

All families want the best education for their children, but not all of them can provide it. That’s why student loans are essential. They enable students to pursue the career paths they envision for themselves. Student loans often make headlines. The statistics are shocking, to say the least. In the...

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How to Get Student Loan Forgiveness - What you need to know!

More than 11% of borrowers across the nation are delinquent on their student loan monthly payments as of 2017. College can be enormously high-priced and stressful, especially when you add overwhelming student loan debt to the equation. Today we will provide you a quick step-by-step guide on how to...

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Pinching Pennies: The Cost of Financial Stress in the Workplace

Few people can get through their higher education journey without taking out loans of some kind. When those loan payments start, many people are unprepared for the drain on their monthly budgets. When you feel financial stress—related to student loans, mortgages, credit card bills, or other financi...

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5 Common Student Loan Scams - And How to Avoid Them

Students these days have it hard. Not only does it cost thousands of dollars to study at college and not only are you left with a huge student loan. You also have to contend with scammers trying to eke more money from your already depleted bank account. Students are understandably looking for any...

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6 Crucial Steps to Getting Out of Debt

When my wife and I got married in 2012 we were a combined $65k in debt. We weren’t exactly on the same page when it came to personal finances when we first got married. It took us a few months and some serious conversations before we were able to come to a consensus on what we wanted to do with the...

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