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Category Archives: student loans

Five Careers That Offer Student Loan Forgiveness

By , Posted on Sep 29, 2017
student loans

If you’re lucky, you’ll graduate from college and be able to find a job that pays well and allows you to pay down your student loans. However, if you’re in a career that is aligned toward public service, you may not be making the salary that you hoped for early in your career. The good...

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Student Loan Refinancing 101

By , Posted on Sep 22, 2017
student loans

As we discussed in a previous article, private student loans can be an option to help students cover the costs of their education. However, they often lack the repayment options that federal student loans offer. Even so, it is possible to refinance and/or consolidate your student loans through a private lender. Consolidating vs. Refinancing These...

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Understanding Federal Student Loan Repayment Options

By , Posted on Sep 15, 2017
student loans

In our previous article, we talked about the differences between Federal and Private student loans. One of the key benefits of federal student loan is that they offer a range of repayment plans based on a variety of factors. While you should discuss options with a student loan counselor, these are just a few of...

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How Does Student Loan Counseling Work?

By , Posted on Sep 08, 2017
student loans

When managing student loan debt becomes a challenge for graduates and their families, many turn to student loan counselors to help them to understand their situation and develop a plan of action. An effective approach to student loan counseling shouldn’t just be about how much you owe and what your interest rates are. It should involve...

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