Whether you wanted Trump to win or not, you still need to know how his presidency might affect your student loans.
Most Americans already live paycheck to paycheck. If you owe these four creditors money, well...that paycheck might get a little — or a lot — smaller.
You got a higher education to improve your life — not to burden it. Don't let a student loan ruin everything.
A student loan grace period isn't a pass to spend your first big paychecks willy-nilly. Be smart, save up, and prepare to tackle your loan.
You've probably heard of FAFSA, but how about CSS PROFILE? It can help you afford the top schools in America.
If you have college-aged kids, then you need to know these major FAFSA changes for the 2017–2018 school year.
Get the jump on your New Year's debt resolution. Refinance these four loans by December 31st!
Retirement should be for relaxing. But if you keep up these four habits, you'll spend your golden years broke.
The student loan default rate is rising. If you ever find yourself falling behind, here's how to catch up.
If you're one of the 40 million Americans with student loan debt, you can save more in the long run by getting smart about saving, spending, and earning.
Don't be tempted by Amazon Prime's student loan "deal" until you know all the facts.
With smart money management, anyone can hit the road — even with student loan debt.
If you're overwhelmed with student loan debt, refinancing might be tempting. Before you make that call, make sure you understand the fine print.
You're ready to start investing — great! But before you dive in, make sure your financial ducks are all in a row.
Student loans are a burden, no question about it. Find out if deferment or forbearance can help.
Add debt to the short list of life's certainties (alongside death and taxes). Since you can't take it with you, where does it go?
Personal finance is best handled with numbers — accurate numbers. These great online calculators have you covered, no math skills required.
Got student loan debt? Who doesn't. Lessen the burden by knowing just how that debt plays into your taxes.
The best time to start saving for your child's education was 18 years ago. If you missed out, there are still ways to help them afford college.
Whoops — did you miss a student loan payment? Don't panic! Here's how to fix your situation.
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