Chase Bank offered both federal and private student loans for less than a decade. They acted as a servicer for government-issued loans, and offered competitive rates on private student loans. However, in 2010, Congress allowed the government to issue … [Read more...] about What Happened to Chase Student Loans?
Before you graduate from college, or shortly after your graduation, you will want to collect information on who is servicing your federal student loans. You will need to know the company (or companies, as there may be several), how to reach them, … [Read more...] about MOHELA Student Loans: A Complete Guide
What Is Student Loan Rehabilitation? If your federal student loans are in default because you have missed payments for 270 days, you will be given two options for getting out of default. The first option will be a Consolidation of all of your … [Read more...] about How A Student Loan Rehabilitation Works
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Federal Student Loan Servicers, Nelnet and Great Lakes, did not have their contracts renewed with the Department of Education. This means that they will no longer be servicing your student loans in the future. It is possible that this change will … [Read more...] about Nelnet and Great Lakes Will No Longer Service Federal Student Loans
There are various student loan repayment plans everyone can consider to pay off their student loans. These plans can be based on your budget. If you're looking for one, here are some great examples to consider. The Best Student Loan Repayment … [Read more...] about Which Student Loan Repayment Plan Should I Choose: Finding The Best Repayment Option According to Your Budget