• Savings: Avoid Student Loan Debt

    March 27th, 2014 | Money Management

    It is estimated that 30 percent or more of a graduate’s income goes towards a student loan debt payment each month. With more than 80 percent of student loan debt holders unaware of how long it will actually take to repay their debt  making minimum payments, the push to teach college hopefuls alternatives to taking […]

  • Bill Swaps Student Loan Debt For Work

    March 25th, 2014 | News

    Architecture is an amazing talent and skill set in the modern age, but is losing ground in its population. As the costs for higher education rises many students are being forced away from their degree of passion, like architecture, and into other fields of work simply for the paycheck. The deterioration of professionals in the […]

  • Preparing For The Costs Of College Tuition

    March 20th, 2014 | Money Management

    For parents of young children, the idea of paying for their kids college is a floating thought that sticks somewhere towards the back of their mind in terms things to worry about on any given day. After all, there is always time to prepare, right? Wrong. Most people find themselves unable to help ease the […]

  • Iowa Students Take Grant Opportunity

    March 18th, 2014 | Resources

    In efforts to help Iowa college students pay for college without the need for student loans, one university is offering grant money in exchange for teaching. Many students at the University of Iowa are reporting avoiding $10,000 of additional student loan debt by participating in the program. Educate For Education Qualifying students at the University […]

  • Student Loan Debt Tax Credit

    March 13th, 2014 | Debt relief

    Student loan borrowers are eligible to write off the amount of interest paid on their student loan debt each year. For some student loan borrowers the tax credit is even extended into debts forgiven by the lender under an income based plan. However, this could soon change. Call To Action If certain tax credits are […]

  • Scholarships: Avoid Student Loan Debt

    March 11th, 2014 | Resources

    No college student sets out for college with the intention of racking up thousands of dollars in student loan debt. For some it may be the only way to go to college, but chances are they haven’t exhausted all possible avenues for finding free money for college. According to experts, hundreds of thousands of dollars […]

  • Student Loan Lawyers

    March 7th, 2014 | Debt relief

    If you are one of millions suffering with financial hardship over making your student loan debt payments or have already missed a payment and are in default, you DO have options. A student loan lawyer can review your situation and help you find the debt relief solution that works for you! Learn more in this […]

  • Top Five States For Student Loan Debt

    March 5th, 2014 | News

    The cost of higher education these days isn’t cheap. Averaging close to $30,000 for a four year degree, most graduates will be paying on their loans until they near retirement. Each University has different tuition levels, some far more than others. Here are the top five states carrying the highest student loan debt balances: Delaware […]

  • Calculating The ROI On Your Degree

    March 3rd, 2014 | Loans

    In the height of student loan debt crisis many efforts are being made to stop put the brakes on college degree lending. While it remains that a large portion of college hopefuls will need to borrow to cover the costs of their tuition, one organization has released a tool to help kids calculate the return […]