Tag: student loans

Student Loan Repayment Strategies Based on Financial Standing

Without a doubt, getting a college education is expensive — perhaps costlier than at any other time in recent history.  In fact, the national student loan debt stands at 1.4 trillion dollars, and this number continues to grow at an alarming rate.  While many graduates are able to meet their financial obligations, others have a …

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This Company Will Help You Pay Off Your Student Loans

I’ve mentioned here before that my wife and I have a large student loan debt that we are currently paying off. My wife incurred it after receiving a Masters of Social Work degree. While it is / was a noble career pursuit, it is not very high paying. And with my wife only working part-time due …

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Money Management Tips for College Freshmen

**The following article is a guest post from my college freshman brother, Ryan. He provides some great insight into how to manage your money on your own during your college years.** When I was ready to start my freshman year of college this year, there were so many things that I was worried about. Where …

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What Happens If I Default on My Student Loans?

The following article was written by Brandon Endsley, a Financial Aid Administrator and Purdue Alumni, who administers the MyMoney website at Purdue University. We asked him if he could address some of the issues surrounding student loan defaults – as they are on the rise. 

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4 Modest Solutions to Solve the High Cost of College Tuition

It’s obvious the cost to attend college these days is out of hand. Sure – the investment in higher education is a good one, but at what cost? Most students today are graduating with tons of loan debt that has a crippling affect on their long-term financial future. Something must be done. The other day …

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