While most grads are putting off having kids until closer to their mid to late-30s, this isn’t the case for everyone. If you’ve decided to become a parent and are still dealing with your student loans, should you start saving for your child’s college now? We wrote recently that parents are increasingly choosing to contribute […]

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College costs are inarguably on the rise, but the amount of student debt is rising faster than the tuition hikes. For some families, this may due to a lowered ability of the parents to contribute toward their child’s education. But for others, they are borrowing beyond the scope of what they need and are increasing […]

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Student loans are like death and taxes – inevitable and not something we greet with open arms. If you owe a large amount of debt, it can put a real crimp in your lifestyle. Even if you can afford your debt, it can feel like a ball and chain around your ankle. Today we take […]

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Last week, Democratic Michigan lawmakers proposed sweeping legislation to prevent future college students from getting neck deep in student loan debt. Currently, Michigan graduates have the tenth highest college debt that averages $28,840 per grad according to the Project on Student Debt. 62% of Michigan’s college graduates come out of school owing student loans, but, […]

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The middle class in America is a pretty comfortable place to be in most instances. You may not be living the luxe life, but you’re not going without and that’s a good thing most of the time. But when it comes to affording college, middle is not the best. Consider these four reasons that kids […]

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Tuition.io helps you visualize your student loans, and organize them graphically in one site. Optimize your debt to find the best possible repayment schedule for your needs, and save money by tracking due dates and payments automatically.

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Today Santa Monica-based Tuition.io, a platform also focused on helping students pay off the over $1 trillion in U.S. student debt, launched to the public after several months in private beta. The company connects all of a student’s federal and private loans in one central dashboard, showing them details and helping them to set goals and manage […]

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“In Italy, for thirty years under the Borgias, they had warfare, terror, murder and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance. In Switzerland, they had brotherly love, they had five hundred years of democracy and peace – and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock.” When Orson Well spoke these lines […]

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Let’s face it: Halloween is a young person’s holiday. And chances are if you’re young and educated you’ve got student debt. Of course, on non-holidays you’ve got to be a grownup about it and put some serious muscle into getting your debt managed and under control. On Halloween, though, your energy is probably more directed […]

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