Surely we’ve all been taught that 10% of our income should go into a savings account, but this can be difficult to do when you’re paying off hundreds of dollars every month in student loans. Read More
Perhaps there’s a bit of irony in the name “student loan servicer.”
You can easily find stories about the sometimes less-than-satisfactory customer service that student loan services provide. In fact, as of April 1, 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) had received about 44,000 complaints about student loan servicers since it began collecting complaints in March 2012. Read More
The student loan forgiveness process can be murky at best.
Which loans are eligible for forgiveness—federal loans or private loans? And when are they eligible? Should you hire a lawyer to help you with the process of reducing or eliminating your student debt? Can all of your debt be forgiven or just some of it?
The average monthly student loan payment is more than $350. This can be a strain on anyone’s budget, but for some, it’s unsustainable and things can go downhill—fast.
If this sounds like an all-too-familiar struggle, you may have a student loan emergency on your hands. Here’s how to know for sure and what you can do to fix it.
Student loans are a hot topic these days, with everyone wondering the same thing: How are current college students or recent college graduates going to repay theses debts?
While millions of Americans have been navigating these waters for years, new graduates may be nervous about the total bill for their degree. Education is still a wise investment to make, and paying these loans back is very doable.
Here are a few tips to help you manage your student loans and keep them from overwhelming you: