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  • Who are the Key Players in the Student Loan World?

    August 18th, 2014 | Debt Relief make-selection

    Starting college is such an exciting time of growth and potential. You’ll have the opportunity to study topics that interest you and to begin a new career after graduation. But how are you going to pay for this worthwhile investment? Most students end up taking out loans to cover tuition, books, fees, and living expenses […] […]

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  • Return on Investment for College Degrees

    December 15th, 2015 | News images (3)

    People decide to attend college for a variety of reasons and coming from a range of socioeconomic backgrounds and situations. There’s more to a college degree than just building a career and earning money. Going to college can encourage people to be lifelong learners, instill critical thinking and communication skills, and enrich lives in less […] […]

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  • Student Loans and Your Housing

    February 15th, 2016 | News images (6)

    As you’re planning for your higher education, there are many things you’ll need to consider: the profitability of your desired major, which college you’ll attend, and how you’ll pay for it are all toward the top of the list. You’ll also need to make decisions related to where you’ll live while you attend classes. Most […] […]

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  • The Status of Student Loan Debt Today

    March 15th, 2016 | News images (5)

    When considering college, students are faced with this conundrum, as President Barack Obama explains, “At a time when higher education has never been more important, it’s also never been more expensive. Over the last three decades, the average tuition at a public university has more than tripled.” But the President, economists, educators, and common wisdom […] […]

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  • Buying a Home with Student Loan Debt

    May 15th, 2016 | News download (14)

    You’ve probably heard that many people with student loan debt are forced to delay many of the goals they’d like to accomplish or next steps they’d like to take. Some people need to put off starting a family or purchasing a home, and surveys show this is often due to the burden of student loan […] […]

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  • Employer Student Loan Assistance

    August 9th, 2016 | News download (3)

    Once you graduate college, the new job of searching for career employment begins. When first starting out, you may not make much money and may not even be in your desired field, but over time, your career will advance, and higher level employment comes with not only higher pay, but some excellent benefits. Many employers […] […]

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  • Does Your Loan Balance Matter?

    September 12th, 2016 | News images

    It can be shocking to see news reports that the average student loan balance has increased from $18,550 in 2003 to $28,950 in 2013, with some students even owing more than $100,000. The cost of tuition has also increased significantly, as has the number of students who choose to take out loans to attend “for-profit” […] […]

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