If you’re struggling to pay your student loans each month, one of the worst things you can do is to do nothing at all. Student loans won’t go away and federal loans have no statute of limitations, so they will inevitably catch up to you. It’s best to be proactive and request a deferment or forbearance […]

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For rising high school juniors and seniors, choosing and applying to colleges can be both challenging and exciting. From interviews to campus visits, you may get caught up in the moment and not give much of a thought to the price tag of the life plan you’re launching. Once you add student loans into the […]

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We recommend paying as much as you can on your debt as soon as possible, but that’s not always possible. In this second installment of our student loan repayment series, we look at what options are available to a debtor that’s single, has high student loan debt of $45,000 and is earning just minimum wage […]

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If you’re a recent graduate that hasn’t had any luck finding a job in your degree area… If you’re an adult who’s still paying on student loans and have recently been laid off… If you’ve got student loans but are jobless because of a temporarily disability or illness… If you’re in any of these or […]

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We’re always on the lookout for theories on how to best manage student loan debt so we can make recommendations to our readers that are struggling. This week we came across an interesting piece of financial wisdom from a money expert that we thought we would share. This advice is ONLY for those who are […]

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Million of Americans are struggling with their student loans. We’ve written recently about underemployed college grads working at minimum wage jobs, but now the number of those that will be hard pressed to make their student loan payments may soon be increasing. The budget impasse that has led to sequester is resulting in furloughs and […]

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