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Budgeting and Spending
Buying a Car
Buying a Home
Debt Management and Financial Trouble
Financial Aid: Paying for College
Financial Aid: Repayment Success
To repay your student loans, you need a comprehensive strategy to put your education debt in a larger financial picture that includes your income, non-education debt, and long-term...
Federal education loans all offer a grace or deferment period – a set amount of time during which repayment is not required. How you manage loans during your grace period can make...
After the Standard Repayment Plan, the Graduated Repayment Plan is the next least expensive way to repay your federal loan and offers lower payments for the first four years.
Both deferment and forbearance can help you avoid financial trouble. If you think you might qualify, reach out to your loan servicer as soon as you first experience financial...
Your loan servicer’s job is to help you repay your education loans, but even experienced servicers sometimes make mistakes. Loans are your right and your responsibility so you must...
You can’t always prevent financial stress, but how well you manage it will make all the difference in how successful you’ll be in meeting your repayment obligation.
The consequences of defaulting on federal student loans can be severe, which is why you should take advantage of the options there are to help you avoid it. But, should you end up...
Nobody gets married planning to get divorced. But sometimes, wedded bliss does not work out. Whether you’re contemplating a divorce or have already started the process, here are...
Having a Baby
Renting an Apartment
Saving and Investing
Student loan debt is often the first significant debt acquired by adults today. Repaying your debt responsibly helps you establish good credit and helps you qualify for the...
Being a “professional” paves the way for both current and future success, no matter what career you choose. Professionalism requires you to draw upon a set of skills that may seem...