Our free student loan spreadsheet and guide will help you organize your student loans, track your lenders and servicers, choose a repayment plan, and pay off your student loans as quickly and cheaply as possible.
If natural disaster strikes and you find yourself unable to make your student loan payments, it can feel like the end of the world. Here, we discuss 7 steps you can take if disaster strikes: From administrative forbearance to relying on your emergency fund, deferment, and more.
Knowing which college major to choose can be tough. Knowing what kind of money you can expect to earn by studying a certain degree can make the decision easier. Here, we discuss the highest and lowest paying college majors of 2018.
Simple is a free, online and app-based checking account designed to help you spend and save smarter. In this review, we explore some of Simple’s unique features to help you decide if it is the right bank for your needs and goals.
College is expensive, and figuring out how to pay for it can be overwhelming. Here, we discuss 6 ways that students and their parents can pay for college, including 529 college savings plans, scholarships, grants, savings accounts, and federal and private student loans.
The Acorns investment app can be a great tool for anyone who wants to start investing but doesn’t know where to start. Here we discuss everything you need to know about how to use Acorns, including: How it works, Acorns fees, Acorns portfolios, and information about Acorns Later and Acorns Spend.
If you can’t make your student loan payments, it can seem like the end of the world, but you have options. Here, we discuss 7 options, including student loan deferment, forbearance, consolidation, refinancing, forgiveness, and more.
The best way to learn something is to listen to people who have already been through it. Today, we hear from Lauren, who talks about the challenges she’s faced juggling multiple jobs and side gigs to pay down her student loans after graduating college.
If you’re a busy college student, getting control of your finances might seem impossible. These personal finance apps make investing, saving, and budgeting easier than ever before and are perfect for anyone on the go.
The best way to learn something is to listen to people who have already been through it. Today, we hear from Michelle, who tells us about her struggles finding work and gaining experience after graduating from college.