• Tips For Lowering Student Loan Payments

    May 29th, 2014 | Payment Options

    If you have student loan debt then you probably understand the stress those monthly payments brings to your ability to make ends meet. You certainly aren’t alone in this fight to stay afloat and, luckily, there are ways to lower your payment and get some relief from your student loan debts. Deferment Student loan lenders […]

  • Politicians Weigh Student Loan Debt Solutions

    May 27th, 2014 | News

    The student loan debt industry crisis has finally made its way to the White House. With so many people sinking further into debt and the effects rippling through other aspects of the economy, many big players in Washington are starting to weigh in on some possible solutions. Out Of The Box Thinking Senator Elizabeth Warren […]

  • Savvy Summer Saving Tips For Students

    May 22nd, 2014 | Money Management

    College students are overworked, stressed and in much need of time with friends or family. As some will head home for some R&R, others may plan to take a quick trip to the beach with friends. If you are heading off this summer for some fun in the sun, follow these simple rules for keeping […]

  • Student Loan Interest Rates Rising

    May 20th, 2014 | News

    As if the majority of borrowers weren’t already crippled my high student loan debt payments, interest rates could be rising in a few short months. With even a small increase in percentage points threatening to push even more graduates into default, the realities of this crisis are becoming abundantly clear. An Act of Congress Just […]

  • Government Student Loan Payment Plans

    May 15th, 2014 | Payment Options

    If you are looking to lower your payment or find relief from your student loan debt burden there are options available to you. Depending on your financial situation you could have your payments significantly reduced. There are three main programs available, all based on your income. Income Based Repayment Plan This plan is designed for […]

  • Most Costly Colleges

    May 13th, 2014 | News

    While you might think that going to Harvard or MIT would be the most costly of all colleges, a new study shows that just looking at tuition rates does not give an accurate depiction of how truly expensive some colleges are. A study conducted by American Enterprise Institute found that parents are taking out student […]

  • What Is Congress Doing About Student Loan Debt?

    May 8th, 2014 | News

    It is no secret that the student loan debt bubble is about to burst, leaving far reaching effects on other financial industries crucial to the country’s economy. From employment to mortgage lending, the massive student loan debt carried by most graduates are predicted to take a serious toll if something doesn’t change soon. So what, […]

  • Cutting Down Student Loan Debt

    May 6th, 2014 | Resources

    For most college graduates their student loan payments will follow them until near retirement. While some will suffer under the inability to keep up with payments,¬† many more will simply spin their wheels each month¬† barely covering the costs of repayment. If you are one of the lucky ones to have been able to avoid […]

  • Pay Your Student Loan Debt Through Volunteerism

    May 1st, 2014 | Resources

    So many Americans are struggling to pay their student loan debts and many more fall into default every year. With such a growing problem on our hands some innovative ideas have begun to blossom to find solutions to helping graduates pay their debts and stay out of default. One company has introduced a unique way […]