June 26, 2018

Behind On Student Loans? You Could Lose Your Right to Work

Do you have defaulted student loans? In nearly half of U.S. states, you could have your driver’s license – along with any professional licenses you hold – suspended for failing to repay your loans. Last year, the New York Times…

April 24, 2018

Trump Administration Makes Student Loan Forgiveness Easier for Disabled Veterans

In an effort to strengthen the relationship between the White House and the Department of Veteran Affairs, the Department of Education announced it will be simplifying student loan forgiveness for disabled veterans. For critics of Trump’s view on student loans,…

April 10, 2018

Have Bad Credit or No Credit? You Can Still Get a Student Loan

As a college-aged adult you know that most types of loans, like personal loans, mortgage loans and car loans for example, take your credit score into account before you can receive approval. This isn’t always true for student loans, however,…

April 04, 2018

Student Loan Forgiveness Gets a $350M “Fix” in New Spending Bill

Despite objections from the Trump administration and even President Trump himself, the new $3.1 trillion federal spending bill was signed into law last week. To the surprise of many, the bill included $350 million to be put towards student loan…

March 23, 2018

8 Creative Ways to Pay Off Your Student Loans

When you’re in college, making ends meet can sometimes be stressful, even when you have student loans that help pay for tuition, housing and other necessary living expenses. And if you’re like most people, the idea of paying off student…

December 22, 2017

Borrower Budgeting: How to Save Money in College

Getting through college takes a tremendous amount of focus and discipline. From attending classes and completing projects to staying up all night for study sessions, you often become an expert at managing your free time, class schedule and college workload.…