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Is Student Loan Debt as Bad as It Seems?

College students are back on campuses across the country. For many, it's the first time they’ll be on their own. Every year the first class begins with the professor asking something like, "Is everyone here for Business Essentials?" After a brief, awkward silence, one student...

6 Ways To Plan An Affordable Honeymoon

Last year I got married and my husband and I were keen on paying for our entire wedding in cash. We already had student loan

Michigan wounded vet gets debt relief, increased income tax

The IRS is asking a wounded veteran from Michigan to pay $62,000 in income taxes on the federal government's cancellation of his student loans. The Lansing State Journal reports that … Click to Continue »

Education agency blasted amid student loan scam crackdown

Federal and state agencies are cracking down nationally for the first time on scams that gouge student loan borrowers, but critics say the U.S. Department of Education isn't helping. Prosecutors … Click to Continue »

‘Flat Broke’ Teresa Giudice Doesn’t Know How She’ll Pay For Daughter’s College

Get ready for student loans, Gia. Teresa Giudice is in a “desperate” financial situation and she was afraid she wouldn’t be able to pay her daughters’ college tuitions, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star served time in prison for major money fraud but she realized that she was in trouble. PHOTOS: Read More

Steve Bannon Should Look Closely at the Student Loan Issue

27 million of the 44 million borrowers---voters--- in the country are unable to make payments on their student loans. The post Steve Bannon Should Look Closely at the Student Loan Issue appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Which Loan Should You Pay Off First? A Guide To Tackling Your Debt

Between student loans, car loans, and credit card debt, it might be difficult to decide which loan you should pay off first. Here's our advice on tackling your debt. Which Loan Should You Pay Off First? A Guide To Tackling Your Debt appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

New Data on Long-Term Student Loan Default Rates

In recent years, more data have come out on how well students are able to manage repaying their loans beyond the three-year window currently used for federal accountability purposes (via cohort default rates). A great 2015 paper by Adam Looney and Constantine Yannelis used tax records merged with data from the National Student Loan Data... Read more »

Why Black Students Have the Most Student Debt in America

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Black Americans are more likely to be burdened with student loan debt than their white peers and more likely to default on federal loans.

This is what keeps millennials up at night

For many recent graduates, their student loan debt is what keeps them up at night.

Ask Brianna: How do I get my student loans back on course?

"Ask Brianna" is a column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out. I'm here to help you manage your money, find a job and pay off student loans … Click to Continue »

CommonBond Review

CommonBond is a straightforward student loan refinance lender. They offer fixed, variable, or hybrid rates with multiple loan terms that could easily work for you. Here's our review. CommonBond Review appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

FTC and 11 states crack down on student loan scams

Federal and state officials have launched the first national crackdown on companies that they say gouge student loan borrowers, accusing the companies of taking more than $95 million in illegal fees in recent years and falsely promising debt relief. The Federal Trade Commission, 11 states and the...

Twitter chat: How senior citizens can address student debt

People aged 60 and older are the fastest growing segment of the student debt market. We'll talk about why, and how they can handle student loans. Continue reading ? The post Twitter chat: How senior citizens can address student debt appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Feds crack down on student loan forgiveness scams

Federal and state authorities are coordinating a crackdown on scammers who falsely offer people help with student-loan forgiveness.        

FAFSA deadline, requirements, calculator, contact, student loan & aid questions answered for 2017

The cost of one year at an in-state, four-year college keeps rising each year — surpassing $20,000 during the 2016-2017 school year, according to the College Board. That’s quite the chunk of change, and unless your family is wealthy or started saving big at birth — you’re likely going to need an assist when it’s time to pick up that tab. Show More Summary

How Student Loan Forgiveness Helps The Economy

Student loan debt is now second only to mortgage debt in this country and it is preventing the economy from bouncing back. Learn more about student loan forgiveness by the numbers.

Should You Lower Your Student Loan Payments? If So, How?

If you've ever thought you should lower your student loan payments, chances are you have a good reason to do so. If you're struggling to make your monthly payments, here are some options. Should You Lower Your Student Loan Payments? If So, How? appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

President Obama Owes Student Loan Borrowers

Embed from Getty Images—What happened with Barack Obama on the student loan issue during his presidency?  When he announced his candidacy in 2007, Obama looked like he could be the one to finally stand up to solve the student lending problem. Show More Summary

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