To re-fi or not to re-fi… managing a student loan today is surprisingly complex. Consider these factors before you decide.
Private lenders have begun to enter the student loan consolidation market in a big way. Maybe it's time to drop Sallie Mae.
Did college cost you a pretty penny? If you work hard to pay off those loans, you'll reap the benefits of a huge financial boost.
A college education leaves many of us in debt. Loan forgiveness programs may be able to help — find out if you're eligible for one.
College degrees aren't cheap, and for many, student loans are a difficult financial burden. Learn which repayment plan saves the most money.
From intern to entrepreneur, this is the true tale of how a recent grad used her intern experience to launch a business and pay back $34,000 in debt.
Get inspired to eliminate your debt with the story of one couple who stopped borrowing, retired $147,000 in debt, and started living life on their own terms.
Yes, you can pay off your student loans — or any other big debts. Learn how one saver is repaying $28,000 in student loans in just three years.
How much is a side gig worth? For one enterprising recent grad, it was worth $40,000, plus interest, and no more debt.
Today we found some awesome articles on dealing with student loan debt, feeling less stress, and money moves for the fall.
How should an American University be judged? By how well it serves the public good in three fundamental ways.
If you're depressed and anxious, or your physical health is poor, a new study says it might closely be related to your debt.
Applying for scholarships is a great way to pay less for college. Check out these tips for finding excellent scholarship opportunities.
If you're in debt, you're not alone. Millions of people are struggling with payments, but coming to terms with your long-term debt might be the key to paying it off.
Today we found some fantastic articles on paying off student loans, personalizing your office space, and questions to ask before you quit your job.
What's an easy way to have less debt? Return money you don't need. In federal loan lingo, it's called "canceling" your loan, and it can save you a lot.
Getting into debt is easy — even recommended. Getting out of it — or avoiding it — is much more difficult. But it can be done.
With this plan, your retirement will be just as secure, and your first few years will be a lot more comfortable.
If your idea of investing is ensuring that you'll never see your money again, then we have some great investment suggestions for you.
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