Dear Liz: I'm 32 and have a little over $100,000 in student debt from undergraduate and graduate school. I'm trying to get my professional life on track, and I can’t figure out how to pay the loans off. Everything I see online seems shady. What are the questions I need to be asking myself? What...
Eight in 10 workers with student loans say they would value working for a firm that helps pay off their debt.
In the unlikely event you die before student loans are paid off, the debt may live on. Your co-signer may be on hook.
Students are taking on more college debt and are having a harder time paying it back, according to a new CFPB report.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and 13 state attorneys general have reached a settlement in a case that alleges private student lender Aequitas Capital Management conducted a predatory lending scheme, CNN reported. Aequitas...Show More Summary
Settlement proposed by consumer agency could aid 41,000 harmed borrowers at former Corinthian Colleges
Federal regulators have proposed a $183.3 million settlement with a student loan company that authorities allege engaged in predatory lending practices. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit and … Click to Continu...
There are lots of questions about the best way to fund education and how student loans affect the credit ratings of newly-minted professionals.
I have $100,000 in student loan debt. This is a statement I've been practicing to myself since I sat down shortly after finishing my graduate program, and calculated the total cost of my education. Three years, all at public, in-state...
Fewer student loan borrowers are paying down their debt in five years, federal consumer report finds
For Charlotte School of Law, the funeral march started a year ago. It began when the American Bar Association suspended its accreditation. Then the Department of Education stopped its federal student loans. Now its license as an educational institution has expired. "[T]o ensure that CSL does not inadvertently run......
Check out The Biglaw Investor or read Reader Q&A: What Would You Do? Recently a reader wrote in asking if there was anything he should be doing now to head off the student loan disaster that awaits when he begins repayment in the fall once his job starts. Show More Summary
In addition to student loans being a pain to pay off, they can also be difficult to understand. Here's the difference between federal and private loans, when you'll need them, and where to find them. Where To Find Student Loans, And What To Know Before You Sign appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
After we first reported last week that US credit card debt hit a new all time high with both student and auto loans rising to fresh records with every new report... ... it won't come as a surprise that according to the just releasedShow More Summary
You May Be Subject To A Plethora Of Unfair Student Loan Collection Practices If You Default On Your Student Loan
A large number of would-be buyers are putting off homeownership -- and student loans are largely to blame.
Check out The Biglaw Investor or read The JD Mortgage Loan is a Reality! Wouldn’t it be something if a bank recognized that the vast majority of lawyers, while graduating law school with high student loan debt, actually represent anShow More Summary
One of the largest for-profit college chains in the US was shuttered in 1994 after federal investigations revealed it had defrauded thousands of students by falsely certifying them for federal loans. Ever since, the US government has been collecting on federal student loan debt left behind by students of Wilfred...
Millennials are having a bigger impact on the housing market than you might expect. They are the largest and most diverse generation since the Baby Boomers and despite their financial struggles with student loans and stagnating wages, they are managing to save up for down payments and buy houses. Show More Summary