June 05, 2019

Can You Declare Bankruptcy on Your Student Loans?

College graduates will earn an average of $50,004 in 2018, according to a report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Compare this to the $29,800 graduates average in debt, not to mention other debt and living expenses,…

December 14, 2017

The Advantages of Student Loan Refinancing

When you’re in college, keeping track of your finances becomes second nature, because most students are living on a fixed – if not altogether small – personal income. But once you leave school, you’re often faced with the reality of…

December 03, 2017

Common Myths About Student Loans

If you’re like most borrowers, you’ve probably spent a considerable amount of time getting informed on your student loans. After all, student loans not only impact your credit, they could also take a chunk out of your personal spending money…

November 27, 2017

How Student Loans Can Impact Your Credit

Getting a college education can have a big impact on your future earnings as a professional. For example: from 1996 through 2014 alone, incomes for college educated middle-aged Americans jumped up 23 percent, while those who only had a high…

November 01, 2017

Navient Lawsuits Could Impact Millions of Borrowers

This year, student loan debt nationwide has reached $1.4 trillion, representing millions of borrowers who have taken out loans to acquire education and skills that improve their position in the workforce. But as funding for educational opportunities grows, so do…