Student Loans and Credit

If you have an undergraduate degree and a professional or graduate degree, chances are you are probably paying off student loans. Since 2008, the economy has not been the best for finding jobs that help in that payment process. Consider that a small amount of debt can snowball into hundreds of thousands of dollars in […]

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Paying Off Student Loans

Once you have your degree, the hard part should be over, right? Sometimes the answer is a resounding no. The hard part for many has just begun after receiving a degree, because now you are expected to pay back student loans. Consider the attorney who finished law school ten years ago. He works at a […]

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Student Loan Debt in America

CNN posted online last month that 40 million Americans are carrying student loan debt. Average credit card debt in American households is $15,000, but student loan debt accounts for closer to $30,000 per household. Part of the problem is that companies are willing to accept applications for student loans without doing due diligence about the […]

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What Is Student Loan Debt Default?

There are a lot of terms out there that may not make much sense, and defaulting can definitely be one of those. It’s important to have a firm grasp of how your student loan debt works and what it means when you can no longer make payments. There are many options out there for loan […]

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