Here’s what happened on US Student Loan Center
A student loans calculator is a tool you can use to help create a detailed loan repayment plan. You may think it’s easy to earn the money you owe after graduation. But when you’re faced with bills, daily necessities, and other expenses, your student loan may haunt you for decades. Luckily, you can use a student loans calculator to break free from your debt in the shortest possible time! Click to read more
Congressman Ferguson wants major changes for student loan repayment programs. At present, borrowers are paying their student loans under the five current income-driven plans. This may go for to 20 to 25 years, depending on the repayment plan itself. If Ferguson’s plan to change the current programs are passed, student loans should still be paid in full. But it will no longer incur interest after 10 years. However, this “change” is for private student loan forgiveness, and not applicable to public service loan forgiveness, as well as other loan forgiveness options… Click to read more
They say you can’t put a price on education. Um, yeah, you can! It’s called tuition. Many college grads have wondered if it was worth going to school at all, given the economic trends of the last 25 years. At least there was a job at the end of it. Now, graduates are fighting to start their careers and sometimes settle for just a foot in the door… Click to read more
One of the most common ways to fund college expenses is through private student loans. However, there’s still a lot of confusion around this financial aid option. Whether you’re looking for the best private student loans, or you already have one (or more), here is a list of private college loans FAQs and our answers to each of them… Click to read more
A lot of borrowers ask, “How do I consolidate my student loans?” Considering the many ways to consolidate your loans, this is a fair question. After all, while paying off your student loans is everyone’s overall goal, not everyone knows the best way to do it… Click to read more
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