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1112, 2018

Getting Your Student Loans Forgiven

By |December 11th, 2018|Student Loans|Comments Off on Getting Your Student Loans Forgiven

Back in 2007, the public service loan forgiveness (PSLF) program was signed into law by then-president George W. Bush. It allows for certain “not-for-profit and government employees to have their federal student loans canceled after 10 years of on-time payments.” We will be discussing this program and how it potentially [...]

412, 2018

Watch Out on Your Retirement If You Have Student Loans

By |December 4th, 2018|Student Loans|Comments Off on Watch Out on Your Retirement If You Have Student Loans

If you are going to be paying off your student loan debt for years to come, you should not forget about planning for retirement. Although you want to get that debt off your back, you do not want to sacrifice your future. The best time to save for retirement is [...]

2711, 2018

Companies Starting to Offer Student Loan Assistance as a Benefit

By |November 27th, 2018|Student Loans|Comments Off on Companies Starting to Offer Student Loan Assistance as a Benefit

With so many people entering the workforce with a large sum of student loan debt, companies are now starting to considering offering a new benefit — student loan assistance. Along with 401(k) and other offerings, student loan assistance may soon become a common offering to help attract new talent. Crippled [...]

2011, 2018

Implications of Rolling Your Student Debt Into Your Mortgage

By |November 20th, 2018|Student Loans|Comments Off on Implications of Rolling Your Student Debt Into Your Mortgage

As student loan borrowers are faced with record levels of debt, many are trying to find new creative solutions to help pay it off. Consolidating their student loan debt with their mortgage is one of the options that are available out there. However, this is probably one of the harder [...]

611, 2018

Student Debt is Still on the Rise but a Slowdown is Trending

By |November 6th, 2018|Student Loans|Comments Off on Student Debt is Still on the Rise but a Slowdown is Trending

Although student loan debt is still rising, recent data has shown that there is a slowdown. According to an article released by CNBC, the average debt per graduate rose only 1 percent in 2017 from the previous year. This is lower than the year over year average from 1996 to [...]