• The Do’s and Don’ts of Student Loan Debt

    February 27th, 2014 | Loans

    The majority of college students will need to borrow in order to fund their education, and many of those borrowers will end up struggling to repay their debt once graduated. While borrowing to cover the costs of higher education isn’t inherently a bad thing, there are some tips for borrowing responsibly to prevent trouble down […]

  • Students May Not Need To Borrow

    February 25th, 2014 | News

    In the wake of massive amounts of college graduates in default or struggling to repay their student loan debt, one state has formulated a unique idea for helping college hopefuls. Washington stateĀ  has proposed a bill in the House that could change the way students fund their college experience. Pay It Forward Rep. Larry Seaquist […]

  • Saving For Student Loan Debt Payments

    February 20th, 2014 | Money Management

    Borrowing for college is more today than ever before. With the student loan lending industry reaching $1 trillion in extended funds, millions of people will spend the next ten or more years paying back the thousands of dollars they borrowed to fund their education. In the event the job market isn’t a lucrative as hoped […]

  • Staying Out Of Student Loan Debt

    February 18th, 2014 | Money Management

    Many people cannot afford to pay for college on their own, so they turn to borrowing to fund their education. Often feeling like they are investing in their future, college hopefuls can fall into the trap of borrowing more than they actually need. In fact, many people skip over some important considerations that can help […]

  • Easing The Student Loan Debt Burden

    February 13th, 2014 | Payment Options

    If you are carrying high student loan balances while you struggle to make your way in the workforce, you aren’t alone. Many graduates are facing the tough reality that is debt obligations for the next 20 years just in hopes of climbing the corporate ladder. But, it’s not as ominous as it sounds. College gives […]

  • Mortgage Loans and Student Loan Debt

    February 11th, 2014 | Loans

    If you are like most student loan debt holders you aren’t paying off your massive loan balance any time soon. While most of us will be repaying our loans for the next 10 or more years, some of us will face challenges getting new loans in the future because of our student loan balance. Lost […]

  • Student Loan Debt Relief Options

    February 6th, 2014 | Debt relief

    Unfortunately, too many people today are suffering under high student loan balances, outrageous interest rates and the inability to keep up with monthly payments. With student loan debt default rising each day more people are falling into a downward spiral of financial hardship. However, you don’t have to keep down this dark path. You do […]

  • Government Profiting From Your Student Loans

    February 4th, 2014 | News

    What would you say if you found out the government has made billions of dollars in the last few years from student loan interest payments? It is safe to assume that some of you would think “Naturally, student loan lending is a financial transaction that includes interest in repayment.”, while others would think “With all […]