• Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Student Loans

    June 29th, 2015 | Debt Relief what-happens

    It can be disappointing to work hard to finish college and get a good job, only to realize that your student loan payments are unmanageable. You may be able to simplify your lifestyle as you work on paying off your loans, keeping in mind that you’ll get raises as you move up in your career. […] […]

  • What If I Can’t Make My Payments?

    June 22nd, 2015 | Money Management 3d small people - clock

    You’ve done it! You decided to attend college, pursue a degree, and now it’s time to begin your career. You may be looking forward to starting your new life and finally making good money, but don’t forget that you have student loans. If you lived off of loans for four (or more) years and are […] […]

  • Direct Consolidation Loans

    June 15th, 2015 | Loans options

    It can be difficult to juggle all the responsibilities of life: work, family, home, finances. This is especially challenging when you’re starting out in a new career and are learning and striving to excel at your job. If you also struggle to keep up with student loan payments, you’re not alone. Many people have multiple […] […]

  • Collection of Private Student Loans

    June 8th, 2015 | Loans diff_percentage

    Most students need to take out loans in order to realize their dreams of a college education. For some students, a combination of federal grants and loans may cover their expenses, but sometimes students also need to take out private loans. I advise people to use private loans as a last resource since their interest […] […]

  • Federal or Private Loans?

    June 1st, 2015 | Loans options

    After you fill out your FAFSA, you’ll receive a financial aid package from your university that usually utilizes several sources of funding to pay for your education. You may be able to borrow money through federal, state, or private loans. Some students qualify for work-study programs or paid internships. You may even qualify for government […] […]