By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach Did you know that you could negotiate loan rates and terms on any new federal student loans? To learn more, read below for my... read more →
According to the Project on Student Loan Debt: Seven in 10 college graduates (71%) finish school with an average of $29,400 in student loan debt.
A host of working professionals and volunteers can have their loans forgiven or outright canceled. To learn more, read below for my Tip #5 in a series of “Seven Smart... read more →
Most people think only students who are enrolled in school can get deferments on their student loans. Nothing could be farther from the truth. There are a variety of reasons... read more →
Who better to forgive your student loan than the lender? Just as Mom and Dad sometimes forgive portions of a loan to you, the same can be said for the... read more →
You obtained that college degree for a reason: To get a decent-paying job. That job just might pay off your student loans in a way you haven't before considered. To... read more →