Saturday, 27 November 2021

Tag : Student Loans

01 Oct

Books or Booze—What can I use Student Loans for?

The American education system thrives on virtues of toil, hard work, candor, and integrity. That is how great men and women discover their true calling and become valuable assets for our nation. Out of all the rights that exist in our honorable Constitution, the right to education takes a supreme […]

02 Sep

Be a Nut-Job! These 8 Jobs will pay for your College

A college degree is a key to realizing the American dream, well worth the financial sacrifice because it is supposed to open the door to a world of opportunity. Words of wisdom cannot cover up the reality- paying for college is like an endless hill climb, with the college fee […]

05 May

A Guide to Getting Your Free Credit Score

iStock As a consumer of financial products, it’s important to monitor your credit score on a regular basis. This will ensure you know where you stand in the credit landscape when it comes time to apply for a new credit card, loan, mortgage or other product. Typically, a higher score […]

31 Mar

Defaulting on a Loan: What it Means and How to Avoid It

What does it mean to default on a loan? Well, let me paint a picture for you: you might think you have an excellent repayment plan for your loans; an excellent job and perhaps a clean bill of health. Nothing will come between you and your loan repayment. But life […]

21 Mar

Sample Goodwill Letter to Remove a Late Student Loan Payment from Your Credit Report

Rebecca Safier If you’ve pulled your credit report recently and discovered that there’s been a late payment reported on your student loans, you might be wondering what you can do to recover. Late payments can damage your credit, especially if you stop paying your loans for an extended period of […]

14 Mar

FedLoan Consolidation or Refinancing: Which Is Best for Your Student Loans?

Andrew Pentis istock If your FedLoan Servicing repayment isn’t going as you had hoped, you might be staring at two seemingly similar options: Both FedLoan consolidation and private loan refinancing would consolidate or group your federal education debt, making for a more straightforward repayment. But that’s where similarities between consolidation […]

08 Mar

Student Loan Disbursement 101

Rebecca Safier You’ve applied for financial aid, agreed to take out a student loan or two, and are about to head off to college. But when will you receive your “student loan disbursement,” and will the funds go to you or your school? If you’re borrowing student loans, it’s crucial […]

08 Mar

Simplest Way to Consolidate and Refinance your Student Loan

Every student goes through the same phase of education loan debt after their graduation, and trust me if you think that you’re the only one then you’re not. Most of the times students find it difficult to pay off their student loan debt and at that point comes in the […]

05 Mar

Military Student Loan Forgiveness and Repayment: A Complete Guide

Rebecca Safier iStock For some of the nearly 1.3 million Americans who serve in the military, student loan repayment and forgiveness is a top concern — as it is for the even larger number of veterans. Fortunately, the U.S. armed forces have a variety of opportunities to help you pay for college, […]

28 Feb

13 Great Jobs That Offer Student Loan Forgiveness

Rebecca Safier iStock The average Class of 2018 graduate with student loans left school owing about $29,800. That’s a lot of debt to be carrying around just as you’re starting your career. If student loans are dragging you down, you might consider pursuing a job that qualifies for student loan […]