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What You Don’t Know Could Help You: Five Ways To Manage And Shrink Your Law School Loans

The following five tips for reevaluating educational loans could result in substantial interest savings and peace of mind as student loans are repaid.

Be Generous Around The Holidays, Even If You’re Burdened With Student Loans

Making administrative professionals happy and setting yourself up for success at your firm will be well worth the expense.

Want A Student Loan Lender That Gives You Discounts For Your Loyalty? Consider Citizens Bank

Citizens Bank offers simple, private student loans with a few exciting perks, making them a good contender in the student loan market. Here's our Citizens Bank review. Want A Student Loan Lender That Gives You Discounts For Your Loyalty? Consider Citizens Bank appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Should You Save Or Pay Off Your Student Loans Early?

As you start out, it's difficult to balance all of your financial responsibilities. Should you start paying off student loans ASAP? Start saving for retirement? For a house? Here's what you need to know before you start paying extra toward your student loans. Should You Save Or Pay Off Your Student Loans Early? appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

How to Keep Track of Your Student Loans

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If you aren't a student loan borrower, it may sound ridiculous that anyone would need advice keeping track of student loans. You owe money. You pay it off every month. Where's the confusion?

Could You Get Your Student Loans Forgiven? Here's How to Find Out

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It's super confusing to figure out how to get your student loans forgiven. That's where a new tool, the PSLF checker, comes in.

Your Money: A Student Loan Nightmare: The Teacher in the Wrong Payment Plan

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After $70,000 in payments, one teacher found that he wasn’t in the public service loan forgiveness program after all. Now, he has to start over.

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.

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 »

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

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

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

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.

Can the Latest Navient Lawsuit Affect Your Student Loans?

The lawsuit filed by Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro against Navient, the student loan servicer, could spell change for countless borrowers. According to this lawsuit and lawsuits filed in other states, Navient engages in predatory lending tactics designed to keep borrowers in debt for longer, and steers them away......

5 Simple Ways to Pay Off College Debt Faster

If you have a massive debt on your student loans, you’re not alone. Many people do. The standard repayment period for student loan debt is 10 years. That means you will be spending a chunk of your monthly income to repay your student loans for a decade. Show More Summary

Lennar Offers to Pay Your Student Loans If You Buy a New Home

``Put simply, Lennar contributes the 3% and it does not increase the price of the home or add to the mortgage loan balance. Of course, if your mortgage (or home) is more expensive as a result... Anyway, at closing Lennar will pay down the student loan by the agreed upon amount using proceeds from the mortgage transaction.''

What the lawsuit against Navient means for your student loans

A lawsuit against Navient highlights that your student loan servicer may not have your best interest at heart.

Ask Brianna: How can I budget when my rent is so high?

"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 »

The Facts Behind That $5 Billion in 'Forgiven' Student Loan Debt

3 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

If you think your college loan troubles are over, you're wrong. Here's why.

Are Student Loans Killing Your Love Life? Here’s What to Do

How can I date if I’m in debt? The short answer: Start getting your student loan debt in order, even if it will take awhile to pay it off. The post Are Student Loans Killing Your Love Life? Here’s What to Do appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Ask Brianna: What's the best way to track my spending?

"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 »

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