If you’re not able to find full time work, are underemployed or just flat out not earning enough money to deal with your student loans, you may be looking for every opportunity to earn some extra cash. We wrote recently in Five Out of the Box Ideas to Pay Your Student Loans ASAP about some […]

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Students are going back to school to take on additional loan debt to cover living expenses. Find out how this “quick fix” will harm one’s financial future.

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A House Resolution proposed by New York Democrat Steve Israel would provide even more benefit for those that are receiving employer assistance with their student loans. Let’s take a look at this greatly beneficial piece of legislation, how it could help you and why you should push your lawmaker to get it out of committee […]

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When you’re making your plans for college this Fall, you may be still waiting on an acceptance letter from your first choice school or worried whether you will get the financial aid you need. Or you may already have your financial aid packages in hand and are comparing schools before you make your final choice. […]

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            Apps try to help you keep New Year’s resolutions Keeping New Year’s resolutions can be difficult but new apps aim to help people get organized, track progress and stay focused to reach their goals.About 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions each year, according to the University of […]

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It’s Christmas Eve today and many of us already have an eye on the New Year, which is just a short week away. If you’re saddled with student loans, now is the perfect time to formulate your resolutions for 2014 – including developing some meaningful strategies to get your finances in order, deal with your […]

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A new study by non-partisan public policy organization Demos reveals that student loans don’t just affect you while you’re paying them off. According to their data, borrowing for school is likely to reduce your wealth over the whole rest of your life. With more and more students borrowing each year to finance their college educations […]

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