Repay Student Loans and Avoid Default with these Helpful Tips
About 42 million people have borrowed money to pay for college. This totals over $1.2 trillion of federally borrowed money. More than half of these borrowers are struggling to repay…
Student Loan Tax Deductions
This previous tax season, many taxpayers with student loans looked forward to writing off a $2,500 tax deduction for interest on their student loans. However, there were many borrowers that were not eligible to have any tax write offs for student loans due to factors such as income and marital status….
Crushing Student Debt Can Be Beat
Managing student loan debt can be overbearing at times, but there is help out there for those who need it! An increasing amount of college students graduate with thousands of dollars in student loan debt. For those who have just graduated, or have their student loans placed in default, there are viable options out there to pay off the loans and gain back financial independence.
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