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How Student Loans Will Change Under President Trump

The man behind Trump University has some thoughts on student loans

Be Direct with Friends About Your Budget, Don't Make Up Excuses to Not Go Out

If you’re trying to pay down credit cards, or pay off your student loans, it can be embarrassing to say you’re on a budget when your friends want to hang out. Instead of making up excuses or trying to lie your way out of it,own up to the truth. Read more...

Mint Money Audit: Ken’s Plan to Squash Student Loan Debt

Even when you make six figures and save diligently, your finances can create some anxiety. Ken [name has been changed to assure privacy], a 36-year-old pilot based out of Pittsburgh earns $100,000 a year. The 36-year-old has various savings buckets for retirement and a rainy day, totaling over $150,000. He’s a conscious spender, too, according […]

Your Money Adviser: Recent College Grads Have Choices When Bills Start to Arrive

This is the time of year that a student loan grace period typically ends for spring graduates — but flexible repayment plans can help ease the burden.

How Trump's Presidency Might Change Student Loans

Whether you were a Trump supporter or not, the $1.3 billion student debt issue is one that needs to be tackled. Trump called student debt an 'albatross' around the necks of borrowers. While he didn’t spend a lot of his election talking about student loans, he did offer several plans to solve...

The U.S. States With The Most Student Debt [Infographic]

These days, it's difficult to obtain a university degree without getting enveloped in the dark cloud of student debt, a cloud that's darkening rapidly. U.S. student loan debt is now reported to be growing by an estimated $2,726 every single second. Currently, over 43 million borrowers are holding $1.3 trillion [...]

Here's What Might Happen to Your Student Loans in Trump's America

17 hours agoNews : Vice News

Believe it or not, there are reforms on the horizon that could help some debtors—but it's far from clear if student debt is a priority for Donald Trump or the incoming Republican Congress.

GAO Assails Department Of Education's Cost Estimates Of Income-Driven Student Loans, Projects 39% ($137 Billion) Of 1995-2017 Loans Will Not Be Repaid

Government Accountability Office, Federal Student Loans: Education Needs to Improve Its Income-Driven Repayment Plan Budget Estimates (GAO-17-22) (Nov. 30, 2016): Because Education administers the federal government’s largest directShow More Summary

Student Debt Forgiveness to Cost Taxpayers $108B: Report

A new report out of the Government Accountability Office reveals that the federal government will forgive at least $108 billion in student loan debt in the coming years, a higher amount than official estimates out of the federal government's Education Department, the Washington Post reports. The GAO report, which Inside...

U.S. may forgive more than $100 billion in student loans

Federal agency says Department of Education massively underestimated cost of repayment program

The Best and Worst States for Repaying Student Loans, Based on Disposable Income

Your student loan payments can be a big burden, depending on where you live and how much you earn. While there are a handful of factors that go into your loan affordability, Student Loan Hero came up with their own index to gauge the best and worst states in the U.S. for student debtors. Read more...

4 student loan tips that might actually be terrible advice

There’s plenty of advice for managing loans, some of it good and some not so good.        

Is the Student Loan Bubble Getting Ready to Pop?

For a few years I have been warning that higher education costs have escalated uncontrollably as wages for the masses have flat lined. As with autos and housing, the stop gap that enabled prices to vault well beyond income...

The Federal Government Will Reportedly Forgive $108 Billion In Student Loan Debt

The Department of Education estimate targets 5 million borrowers with over $350 billion in debt.

Obama Student Loan Foregiveness Plan To Cost Taxpayers $137 Billion, GAO Finds

To our complete shock, the Government Accountability Office has released a report blasting the Education Department's understanding of basic mathematics and accounting concepts after finding the department drastically underestimated the costs of Obama's student loan forgiveness programs. Show More Summary

GAO: About $108 billion in student loan debt to be forgiven

The federal government is expected to forgive at least $108 billion in student loan debt as part of popular plans that tie repayment to borrowers' earnings, congressional investigators said Wednesday. … Click to Continue »

College students' use of private loans drops by half

A new report by education researchers at RTI International found that the use of private student loans dropped by half between 2008 and 2012.

Why some players are still paying student loans

These four 'had to make football work' after going undrafted and nearly unnoticed        

US Will Forgive $108 Billion In Student Loan Debt; $1.26 Trillion Still Outstanding

Enrollment in a program that forgives some student loan debt is skyrocketing as people apparently cannot make good on the loans they took out for the degree that’s not finding them a job in their field of study. There are a lot of rumblings about a student loan “bubble” and whether or not it is going pop just as the dot.com and housing bubbles did. Show More Summary

13 personal finance books everyone needs to read

It's never too early to start managing your finances, whether you are taking out student loans or starting to plan for retirement. Members of the Finance Collective have gathered up their must-read personal finance books that are educational, engaging and have something for everyone. Show More Summary

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