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The Future of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

By Max Fay | March 8, 2018

President Trump’s latest budget proposal to Congress calls, once again, for the elimination of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. This is the second time Trump has recommended eliminating…

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Student Loans and Loan Forgiveness

By Bill Fay | February 21, 2018

Latest News on Student Loan Forgiveness Student Loan Forgiveness remains a hot topic for the Biden Administration, which announced July 14th that another 800,000 borrowers enrolled in income-drive repayment plans, have…

Employers are now offering student loan repayment as a benefit

Student Loan Repayment Benefit: How it Works, Company List & Payments

By Max Fay | February 14, 2018

Move over 401(k) and health insurance plans, there’s a new company benefit tailored to the millennial workforce. The “Student Loan Repayment Benefit” is the name, and it is being offered…

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College Budgeting: How to Save Money in College

By Max Fay | November 20, 2017

The college years typically are a student’s first steps into adulthood and if you don’t want to stumble directly into debt as you work toward a diploma, learn how to…

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Student Loan Tax Deductions & Education Credits

By Bill Fay | October 2, 2017

Amid all the cautionary advice to students about not borrowing too much to pay for college, one bit of good news can go unnoticed: Interest paid on student loans is…

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College Textbooks Cost Too Much 

By Max Fay | September 27, 2017

Everyone knows the price tag for college rises every year, but even soaring tuition costs can’t keep up with the skyrocketing price of college textbooks. According to data from the…

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Income-Contingent Repayment of Student Loans

By Bill Fay | September 26, 2017

The Income-Contingent Repayment Plan is one of the relief options available to student loan borrowers struggling to keep up with payments. There are no income hardship requirements, which means anyone…

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

By Bill Fay | September 26, 2017

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid – far better known as FAFSA – is an open invitation from the federal government to find out if you qualify for federal…

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Student Loans for Bad Credit

By Bill Fay | August 28, 2017

  Debt consolidation is a sensible solution for consumers overwhelmed by credit card debt. It can be done with or without a loan. Consolidation cuts costs by lowering the interest…

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College Expenses: How Much Does a College Degree Really Cost?

By Bill Fay | August 25, 2017

The term “sticker shock” was born in auto dealership showrooms, but it’s new home is the administrative offices of colleges and universities. Schools have blurred the true cost of college…