Recently Built in LA writer Patrick Hechinger interviewed Tuition.io’s CEO Brendon McQueen regarind the impact student loan debt is having on millennials: The best perks are the kind that can be universally enjoyed. And as the number of young people suffering from student debt grows, it makes sense companies would find a way to help alleviate that stress,” he wrote. […]

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Tuition.io’s Series A funding announcement was recently featured on The Street: Tuition.io Secures $5M In Series A Financing From MassMutual Ventures And Wildcat Venture Partners.” Read the article in its entirety here.

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Keeping track of your money may sound like a major chore – do you picture yourself with a shoebox of receipts and a calculator pulling out your hair? It needn’t be like this at all. Thanks to tablets and smart phones and a plethora of free tools readily available, you can get a grip on […]

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Project on Student Debt recently released their report Student Debt and the Class of 2012 and their data shows, once again, which states have students that are racking up the most and least debt. This is their eighth annual report and it shows that, overall, 71% of students that graduated in 2012 came out of […]

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Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to advocate for those suffering under major student loan debt, most recently by helping launch a multi-year campaign called Higher Ed Not Debt. The movement is sponsored by a coalition of progressive groups including the AFL-CIO, American Federation of Teachers, Jobs with Justice, Student Veterans of America and Young Invincibles, among […]

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If you’re heading off to college this Fall or are already in school and borrowing to pay your way, there are some things you need to know to keep from getting in over your head. Student loans can rack up quickly and many students don’t realize until it’s too late that they’ve over-extended themselves on […]

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A new piece of legislation has been proffered that would be greatly beneficial to those with student loans, but thus far, it does not seem to be getting a lot of attention. If you have student loans, you should join us and raise your voice to promote HR 3892: Student Loan Borrower’s Bill of Rights […]

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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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