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Our blog is designed to provide information regarding some of the critical topics those with student loans must be aware of to be able to make educated decisions regarding their future.

U.S. Department of Education Extends Coronavirus Forbearance

On Friday, December 4, 2020, the United States Department of Education (ED) announced that coronavirus student loan relief measures have been extended through January 31, 2021. Interest rates on eligible federal student loans will stay at 0% and federal student loan payments will remain suspended until February 1, 2021. The extension affects the approximately 42 million federal student…

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College Admissions Scandal – Key Players and Timeline

Parents will often do anything for their children. In March 2019, the College Admissions Scandal revealed just how far some parents were willing to go to give their kids a shot at a college education. And, just how far one company and several coaches were willing to go to make it happen. Continue reading to learn about how…

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Navient Lawsuits: Everything You Need to Know and How it Affects You

If you have federal student loans, there’s a strong possibility that Navient is your loan servicer. Navient is one of the primary agencies that service loans for the U.S. Department of Education. If Navient services your federal student loans, you should be aware of the present and ongoing Navient lawsuits. Who is Navient? Navient is the largest student…

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Average Dentist Starting Salary

What is the Average Dentist Starting Salary?

Dentistry has long been amongst the highest-paying professions in the United States and worldwide. But as is the case in other high-paying careers, a dentist starting salary can vary a great deal. Primarily, your salary as a dentist depends on your experience in dentistry, as well as where you live. Dentist Starting Salary According to the Bureau of…

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Average Healthcare Cost in 2019

The average healthcare cost has steadily risen in the United States for the past 59 years. In 2019, costs are projected to continue to increase. Below, we’ll explore average healthcare costs by care type, payer, state, gender, and age to give you an idea of where healthcare is headed in 2019 and beyond. Quick Facts on the Cost…

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Average Lawyer Salary in 2019

The average lawyer salary in the United States was $120,910 in 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics most recent published data. This is a 1.4% increase over the 2017 average which was $119,250. Whether you’re a practicing lawyer, studying for the bar exam, or still just considering law school, it is helpful to understand your earning…

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Elizabeth Warren on Student Loan Forgiveness

Elizabeth Warren on Student Loans in 2019

Elizabeth Warren has served as the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts since 2013. In mid-April of 2019, Warren released her official presidential campaign platform regarding student loan forgiveness and college affordability. We’re going to break down Elizabeth Warren’s current platform and the past positions she’s taken on student loans and student loan forgiveness. Elizabeth Warren 2020 Student Loan…

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Unbury Me: How a Debt Calculator Can Help You Get Out of Debt

Unbury me is an innovative loan calculator website, launched in 2011, that helps consumers pay off their debts more quickly and easily. This applies to student loan debt, mortgage and auto loan debt, and more. If you’re struggling to pay off your debt, this online tool may be able to help you better understand your debt and create…

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The 10 Cheapest Places to Live in Florida

If you’re moving to Florida, considering a relocation within the state, or just curious what it might be like to live in the Sunshine State, the following list of the cheapest places to live in Florida can help you on your quest. We’ve compiled a top-10 list of the cheapest places to live in Florida—5 on the coast…

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Does The Military Pay For College

Enlisting in the military is not only an opportunity to serve your country, but there are several ways the military helps pay for college that act as an added bonus. If you join the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, or Marines, then you should be aware of the types of education assistance you can receive. Learn about…

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