4 Common Student Loan Problems & How to Deal With Them

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4 Common Student Loan Problems & How to Deal With Them

4 Common Student Loan Problems & How to Deal With Them

Many people who have finished college in the last decade have student loan debt, but some have found that repaying that debt is more complicated than they expected it to be. There are many resources for student loan borrowers trying to figure out repayment, and some go to financial planners for advice on how to manage their student loan debt… Read More

What’s the Difference Between Your Student Loan’s Interest Rate & APR?

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What’s the Difference Between Your Student Loan’s Interest Rate & APR?

What’s the Difference Between Your Student Loan’s Interest Rate & APR?

When it comes to student loans, most people are curiously uncurious about the interest rate they’re being offered. It makes sense to some extent — after all, federal loans, which make up the majority of outstanding education debt, only offer one interest rate for each type of loan (e.g., 7.21% for Direct PLUS loans, regardless… Read More

5 Little-Known Ways to Get Your Student Loans Forgiven

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5 Little-Known Ways to Get Your Student Loans Forgiven

5 Little-Known Ways to Get Your Student Loans Forgiven

If you’re like most people, your student loans probably feel a bit like a ball and chain that you’ve been dragging through your life for years. Every month, you dutifully make a payment knowing that you’ll be making that same payment next month, the month after that, and so on. But what if you didn’t… Read More

The Government Fires a Few Debt Collectors, But Completely Misses the Point

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The Government Fires a Few Debt Collectors, But Completely Misses the Point

The Government Fires a Few Debt Collectors, But Completely Misses the Point

Some surprising news on the student-loan front: The U.S. Education Department announced that it would terminate the contracts of five of its 22 debt-collection company subcontractors. Per the department’s press release, the soon-to-be ex-collectors made “materially inaccurate representations to borrowers about the [government’s] loan rehabilitation program” and also what borrowers could expect to be reflected… Read More

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