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Loan Forgiveness For Teachers

By Tallie / May 31, 2019

If you teach full time in a low-income or educational service agency for five complete and consecutive academic years, while meeting other qualifications, you may be eligible for loan forgiveness for teachers on your Direct and Unsubsidized Loans, or your Subsidized and Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans.  What qualifies someone as a teacher? A teacher provides…

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5 tips on how to pay off student loans fast, getting out of debt fast

How To Pay Off Student Loans Fast

By Zoe Jones / May 30, 2019

Who wants to spend the rest of their lives paying off their loans from post-secondary? Nobody. The weight of paying off student loans can be a heavy burden. This could be the year that you finish repaying your student loans or get yourself into a better habit of repaying them faster. The question is, how…

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Increasing Your Student Loan Payment: Pros and Cons

By Carena de Alba / May 20, 2019

Student loan debt is becoming an economic crisis in the U.S. When you have extra cash after your college experience, should you invest the money or pay off your student loans? This is an incredibly common question that graduates find themselves asking immediately after receiving their diploma. However, there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answer…

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How To Find Grants To Pay Off Your Student Loans

By Harvey Morgan / May 15, 2019

Are you dying to rid yourself of that looming student loan debt?    Student debt can feel like a growing weight, adding frustration and stress to your daily routine. That debt can delay you from pursuing your future goals. However, grants make all the difference when it’s time to pay off your student loans, and…

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Student Loan Repayment: Your Options

By Zoe Jones / April 1, 2019

Figuring out how to manage your student loan debt is a struggle that many college graduates face. More than seven million borrowers default, and millions more Americans find themselves unable to afford even the minimum monthly payment. Did you know there are options to help you pay off your student loans? While the burden of…

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Should You Refinance Your Student Loans?

By Zoe Jones / January 23, 2019

Student loans are growing and young Americans are drowning in a sea of debt exceeding $1 trillion. 18-29 year-olds find themselves borrowing money for their education and nearly 1 million student borrowers default payments each year, so most of that money is not being repaid. However, some student loan borrowers are seeing the benefits of…

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

By Zoe Jones / January 16, 2019

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…

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How to get your student loans forgiven using savvy tips from experts

How To Get Your Student Loans Forgiven

By Forrest Grey / January 7, 2019

  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…

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