With 2017 Graduation comes Sallie Mae for Student Loan Borrowers.
Every week, Student Debt Relief posts a roundup of the latest happenings in all things related to student loan debt. This week offers four articles, each covering a different aspect of student loans.
Our first article is an all-in-one guide to everything 2017 graduates need to know about their student loans and the best way to handle them post-graduation. Our second article delves into some common misconceptions about the overall student loan crisis and some interesting ideas on how to fix it going forward. Our third article examines a recent development in student loan refinancing and how the market may be opening up to new borrowers who were previously ineligible. And finally, our fourth article offers some very helpful tips and strategies to help borrowers make significant reductions to their student loans in 2017. We hope you enjoy!
If you’re an up-and-coming college graduate and have been consistently putting off thoughts of student loan payments, this Fox Business article will quickly get you up to speed. It does an excellent job of giving graduating students an overview of all aspects of student loan repayment for those who’s been too busy just trying to get through their senior year! Everything from grace periods to repayment options, to loan forgiveness is covered in this article and should be a must-read for all 2017 graduates.
This Forbes article details some of the common misconceptions and untruths currently floating around about student loan debt and offers some helpful facts to replace them. It also provides some suggestions on how we might go about solving the student loan crisis and what policies and behaviors have gotten us here in the first place. For a great macro view of the student loan crisis as well as some interesting suggestions on how to fix it, this article is worth your time.
In an interesting development, this The Street article details how the marketplace for student loan refinancing may be expanding to include borrowers who previously didn’t meet the strict requirements for eligibility. Many aspects of refinancing are discussed including which demographic segments are changing and growing and what new opportunities might be available as a result. If you’re interested in refinancing your student loans, this article is a must-read.
With 2017 fast approaching, this is an excellent time to create a plan to get your student loans under control in the coming year. This Forbes article does exactly that by offering five straightforward and practical strategies for making significant reductions in your student loans in 2017. These action steps include making an extra loan payment, refinancing your student loans, applying for student loan forgiveness, and much more. If you’re one of the millions of borrowers looking to get your student loans under control in the coming year, this article is definitely for you.