• Private Student Loan Refinancing

    December 23rd, 2014 | Resources

    Student loans are becoming higher and higher with every passing year. The total American student debt was $1.2 trillion in 2013, and the cost of higher education has only gone up since. As defaulting on student debt isn’t legally an option in this country, many students are seeking alternatives to pay back their crushing loans. […]

  • How to Fix These 3 Common Student Loan Problems

    December 18th, 2014 | Payment Options

    Student loan debt is a problem facing most Americans, because of their own debts or from trying to support family members who accrued debts in college. With the national student loan debt now above $1 trillion, almost everyone will run into some of the same problems at least once. The following are a few of […]

  • Saving Money on a Student Loan Budget

    December 16th, 2014 | Money Management

    Student loans have become a huge problem for college graduates across America. This past year the average student graduated with $34,000 dollars in debt, and many graduates are still struggling to find an entry level job even with a college degree. When student loans take over your financial life, other things often have to take […]

  • Deferring Student Loans

    December 11th, 2014 | Resources

    Student loans have reached an all time high, and despite government intervention they only seem posed to go higher. Students, graduates, and even people who have been out of college for over a decade are all struggling with paying off student loans, and the stress and frustration of the situation is often crushing. Fortunately for […]

  • Ways to Manage Student Loans this Holiday Season

    December 9th, 2014 | Loans

    Student loans are a burden on a huge number of college graduates around the country, with the average student leaving college with $34,000 of student loan debt. This is far too much of a burden for most people just out of college, and with the job market still sluggish, many students are without jobs, or […]

  • Tips to Minimize Student Loan Debt

    December 4th, 2014 | Money Management

    With student loan debt now in the trillions and employment rates still low, it’s become a frightening landscape for potential college students. Many are opting to forego a college education to avoid a situation that leads them to living in their parents’ basements and working part time at McDonald’s despite having a four year degree. […]

  • Obama’s Student Loan Forgiveness Act

    December 2nd, 2014 | News

    Through executive action, President Obama extended the national Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012, opening the doors to students with older student loan debt. This program offers a huge step forward for those struggling under high monthly student loan payments, providing a cap to the overall time payments are required and implementing a limitation on […]