College Money Tips

Millennials Are Facing $1 Trillion in Student Loan Debt

It’s official. Young Americans are drowning in student loans. At the end of 2018, 18-29 year-olds find themselves exceeding a debt of $1 trillion and, since nearly 1 million student borrowers end up defaulting each year, we know that half of that is not being repaid (Yahoo Finance). Even more devastating, it’s been more than … Continue reading "Millennials Are Facing $1 Trillion in Student Loan Debt"

How Trump’s Tax Reform Could Impact Your Student Loan Debt

Welcome to the start of tax season. That special time of year that leaves many students scratching their heads, wondering what the heck they need to do to file their income tax return. And if you’ve been following the news, you might also remember that back in January 2018, the Trump administration passed a Tax … Continue reading "How Trump’s Tax Reform Could Impact Your Student Loan Debt"

How To Get Your Student Loans Forgiven

Do you ever wish that your student loan debt would magically disappear? As students, paying for our education can be difficult. Most likely, we are forced to take out loans which means debt. Bloomberg reports that this is the first year in over a decade in which young Americans have faced such high debt levels. … Continue reading "How To Get Your Student Loans Forgiven"

College Loans Double Since Recession

College loans are out of control, especially after the recession. Learn what you can do about it here.

Student Debt Can Balloon Quickly

Don’t let your student debt get out of control. Find out what you have to do now.

Pay Off College Loans

Paying off college loans can be difficult, so we’ve come up with two ways to help you.

Best Campus Jobs

Strapped for cash? Don’t worry; we have some of the best campus jobs here to help you make money.

Paying for College with Student Loans

Paying for college isn’t as hard as it may seem. Learn about the different student loan options here.

How To Protect Student Loans and Credit Cards From Rising Interest Rates

Interest rates are rising, and that means you’ll have to pay more in student loan and credit card debt. Learn what to do to protect student loans and credit cards from these rising interest rates.

Why You Shouldn’t Consolidate Student Loans

While it may seem like a good idea to consolidate student loans, it may not be the best choice financially. Read all about it here.