Here’s what happened on US Student Loan Center this week…
For anyone who is swamped by debt and loan interests, student loan forbearance might be your way out. But is it? Understand the basics about student loan forbearance and learn the pros and cons in using this provision here… Click to read more
Trump’s administration will reduce the number of student loan servicers from four to one. The current administration declared their plan to seek bids to select just one firm as a student loan servicer. How will this affect the students? Consumer Affairs has details about the changes of how student loans must be serviced… Click to read more
Employees can avail of income-driven student loan repayment plans for federal loans. They will only pay an amount based on their income and family size. These are great options for those with outrageously high interest payments. Check out the different types of income-driven repayment plans… Click to read more
Student loan forgiveness for social workers is gaining more noise and movement as the importance of the job is made clearer and more palpable. Programs such as the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program and Loan Forgiveness for Mental Health Professionals are a testament to these efforts. Despite the important role social workers play in society, student loan forgiveness for social workers still has a long way to go. But the programs available right now are a great start to help those who entered this field, not for the money, but for the service… Click to read more
Everyone needs a good student loan guide. One must never take a huge step in life such as securing student loans without at least the basic knowledge of this often complicated world. This article seeks to shed light on some of the most common and pressing concerns when it comes to student loans—such as private student loans and refinancing student loans. Here’s what you need to know… Click to read more
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