It’s that time of year again. It’s time to gather all your paperwork, W-2’s, receipts, statements, and related documents and work on completing your tax forms. With that in mind, we wanted to share a…Read More of the article "It’s Tax Season – Remember to Claim Your Education Tax Benefits"
The holidays have come and gone. You may be feeling a bit relieved that all the seasonal hustle and bustle is over. Sure, it may be a bit cold outside and work is back in…Read More of the article "Personal Loans Can Help Cure Post-holiday Credit Card Blues"
The holidays are over and the new year brings a new semester. For many students, that means a new round of bills and expenses, which makes now a good time to evaluate your finances and…Read More of the article "It’s Time to Make Sure Your Finances are on Track"
If you have student loan debt, you have most likely heard the terms “student loan consolidation” and “student loan refinancing”. Although they sound similar and are often used interchangeably, they are actually two different programs….Read More of the article "Student Loan Refinancing and Consolidation: Which One is Right for You?"
Winter break is often a favorite time of year for college students. It’s a chance to go home, visit family and friends, enjoy home-cooked meals, and maybe do a little holiday shopping. Unfortunately, it might…Read More of the article "Five Spending Tips to Avoid Post-Holiday Budget Woes"
At some point in time, most of us have said, “I wish I knew then what I know now.” That same sentiment holds true for some college students regarding financial aid. After navigating the financial…Read More of the article "Five Things College Students Wish They Had Known About Financial Aid"
You’re in college and on your own, but you may still be learning to navigate the world of personal finance. Below are common financial mistakes many students make and some tips on how to avoid…Read More of the article "Financial Pitfalls for Students to Avoid"
With the numerous private student loan repayment options available, selecting the right one can seem a bit overwhelming. However, with a little bit of knowledge, you have the power to make a more educated decision…Read More of the article "Student Loan Refinance: Choosing Your Private Student Loan Repayment Options – Part II"
If you borrowed student loans to help pay for college, you may not be required to make any payments until after you graduate or drop below half-time enrollment. That sounds like a pretty good deal;…Read More of the article "How to Save Money on Student Loan Payments While in School"
If you graduated from college this year you may have, for the first time, realized how much student loan debt you have. With the average student loan debt at around $29,000 per student, it can be…Read More of the article "3 Student Loan Mistakes to Avoid In Repayment"