• College Student Money Saving Tips: Part 1

    July 31st, 2014 | Money Management

    As the Fall semester approaches many are gearing up to move into dorms, find their new classes on campus and kick of the new college year with friends. While some college students have a more fiscally conservative lifestyle, too many college students will saddle themselves with credit card and student loan debts that will plague […]

  • Reduce Student Loan Debt Before College

    July 29th, 2014 | Debt relief

    The plaguing effects of high student loan debt burdens are spreading as each new college hopeful finds themselves unable to afford college without them. For many the chance at a higher education rests solely in the hands of borrowing. While this may be the case for many who’s parents cannot afford to send them to […]

  • Student Loan Debt Relief Scams

    July 24th, 2014 | Resources

    Just like those struggling with credit card or mortgage debt, the sense of desperation can quickly rise when money is tight and making ends meet becomes questionable. Student loan borrowers aren’t immune to this sense of panic and, unfortunately, scam artists can spot a potential easy mark for making money. Scams On The Rise The […]

  • Student Loan Debt Stifles Catholic Hopefuls

    July 22nd, 2014 | News

    There has been an increase in interest among many to enter the Catholic church as a full-time servant in recent years. Many young women are now choosing serving in the Catholic church as their vocation, but getting into one of these religious orders isn’t always as easy as signing up. ¬†For one young woman, she […]

  • Debt Free: The New American Dream

    July 17th, 2014 | Debt relief

    The meaning of the ” American Dream?” has changed over the last few decades, but the most notable answer would have been “to own a home where my children can receive a good education.” Since that dream became popular in the 1980s and 90s, it has begun to fade to a new, slightly grim picture […]

  • Student Loan Size Matters

    July 15th, 2014 | Loans

    Applying for student aid can be daunting enough, but the decisions in how much of the approved aid to actually take can be tricky. Sure it is tempting to accept all of the money that is offered by your student loan lender, but does that mean you should actually borrow that much? Chances are, probably […]

  • Student Loan Debt Consolidation

    July 9th, 2014 | Payment Options

    If you are one of millions struggling to make your student loan payments each month you have probably thought long and hard about ways to reduce your payments to ease the financial burden. If you have considered student loan debt consolidation, there are some important things to know before you agree to a consolidation loan. […]

  • Paying Down Student Loan Debt

    July 2nd, 2014 | Payment Options

    If you are on the road to graduation you probably are keeping the thought of your student loan debt payments far from your mind. Between working, studying and friends who has time to stress over a payment they won’t need to make for another year or more? The fact is, you need to make time […]