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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.

Student Loan Hero

If you have a lot of student loan debt, you may have considered refinancing to save money. It can be hard to navigate all of your refinancing options, especially with the recent increase in online-only refinancing companies. Luckily, several private companies try to make the process a little easier. One such company is Student Loan Hero. Student Loan Hero…

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$350 Million From Congress for Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Congress surprised and pleased many in March when it set aside $350 million for the Department of Education to help borrowers gain student loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF). Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos wanted to do away with the PSLF program altogether. But in its $1.3 trillion spending bill passed in…

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Discharging Student Loans No Longer Taxable Income Under Trump

With all of the recent changes to federal tax law, it is hard to keep up with everything. However, if you are a borrower, make sure you are keeping track of changes in student loan-related legislation. As of January 1, 2018, a new law took effect that makes discharging student loans more manageable for anyone who is eligible.…

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Student Loan Forgiveness for Non-Profit Employees

Do you ever wish your student loans would disappear? That wish isn’t impossible thanks to student loan forgiveness for non-profit employees. Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) has been available since 2007 and nearly 500,000 borrowers have signed up for it since that time. According to a Brookings Report, nearly one-third of those enrolled have more than $100,000 in…

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Should College Be Free?

The costs of going to college have risen dramatically in recent decades, so much that many are opting not to go to college while those who do are often saddled with student loan debt that follows them through life, sometimes even into retirement. In the wake of what many consider an educational crisis due to rising costs, there…

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The Average Cost of Medical School

Many of our country’s most ambitious students pursue careers in the medical field. They may be dedicated to helping people or infatuated with scientific research. Many students seek the financial stability a medical career can offer. No matter what the driving factor behind your decision to attend medical school, there’s one thing you’re going to have to tackle,…

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Jobs That Offer Student Loan Forgiveness

As student loan debt piles higher for students each year, they are increasingly looking for ways to get out from under that debt and get on with their lives. The average cost of college is $26,593 which is so daunting that many young people wonder if college is even worthwhile. When people are taking on this kind of…

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The Best Jobs That Allow You To Travel

If you’ve been dreaming of writing a book while on the beach in the Carribean, or maybe coding that new iOS app from the comforts of your bungalow in the wilderness somewhere, it might seem like it could only be a dream.  The reality is, in today’s global economy and with the help of the internet and technology,…

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Average Dental School Debt 2018

  An Overview of Rising Dental School Debt Dentists are not exempt from the growing burden of student loan debt. In fact, 80% of 2016 dental school graduates left college with over $100,000 in debt and 30% with over $300,000. According to the American Student Dental Association (ASDA), 2017 dental students graduated with an average dental school debt…

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The Average Cost of College in 2018

Right now, more than 20 million students are in college and paying more than ever for their education. Like in years prior, the average cost of college is on the rise in 2018. No matter what degree you pursue, expect to pay more than students did last year. How Much Does a Bachelor’s Degree Cost in 2018? Average…

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