Published On January 4th, 2016

Going back to school is a big decision, but it can be a viable solution if you want to increase your job opportunities and salary. It’s important to determine if going back to school makes good financial sense. It takes longer to earn back the cost of tuition and lost wages than you might think! Looking at the numbers will help you make a smart financial decision.

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Published On November 6th, 2015

Student loan debt is growing at a rapid rate. Too many students borrow as much as possible, and this can be a grave mistake. There are many ways to minimize your student debt and take control of your future. Avoid mortgaging the next 10+ years of your life to earn a college degree. You have options!

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Published On November 6th, 2013

The nation’s student loan debt is over $1 trillion and is not only larger than the country’s collective credit card debt, but there are also 5 million ex-students that are delinquent with their payments. Student loans are unique in that they’re one of the few debts not discharged with bankruptcy. Only a federal judge can let you out of your obligation to pay and they don’t do that often. The only reliable way to get out of your student loans is to pay them off. This process…

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Published On November 13th, 2012

You've heard about the Credit Crunch and its tightening effect on lending guidelines in the mortgage industry, but what does it mean to millions of Americans who need student loans to help pay their college tuition?

The student loan market looked pretty bleak during the first quarter of 2008. Not only did the reduced benefits created by the College Cost Reduction and Access Act in 2007 kick in, but for the first time in 40 years, no bonds backed by student loans were purchased during…

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