• What Happens to my Student Loans if I File Bankruptcy?

    March 30th, 2015 | Debt Relief student-loan-bankruptcy

    Anyone who takes out loans to pay for college is usually confident that paying them back will be no problem. Most people are hopeful that they’ll graduate, start a job that pays great and leads to a successful career, and that student loan payments will just be a small part of their life. But for […] […]

  • Case Study: Pursuing Alternative Plans

    March 23rd, 2015 | Money Management alternatives

    We all go to college for different reasons. Some of us just want to have the best paying career possible, while others pursue education as an opportunity to study something we love, regardless of earning potential. Education is always worthwhile, and unfortunately, it also usually comes with student loan debt. We can learn from others’ […] […]

  • Myths About Student Loans

    March 16th, 2015 | Resources myths

    Taking on a new challenge like pursuing a college degree is exciting, but can also be intimidating, especially when it comes to paying tuition. With the high cost of education, most people need help such as student loans or grants. You may not know where to start or may have heard conflicting information about financial […] […]

  • What Do I Need To Know About The FAFSA?

    March 9th, 2015 | Loans info-checklist

    What Do I Need To Know About The FAFSA? People are very rarely able to pay for their college tuition and other expenses with cash. Even if you don’t need to take out student loans, there is free money available through scholarships, which can offset the cost of college. No matter what kind of aid […] […]

  • Case Study: Buckle Down

    March 2nd, 2015 | Payment Options student-loan-debt

    Sometimes working with your student loan lender to find the right payment plan can make keeping up with payments easier. You may benefit from an income-based plan or secure a public service job that could forgive part of your loans. In some cases, even alternative plans don’t leave enough room in your budget to make […] […]