If you’ve paid any student loan interest this year, you could save hundreds of dollars when you file your taxes—as long as you know how to do it.
People see tax refunds as free money, but it’s not. You worked hard for that money, and you can make it work for you by putting it towards your student loans.
Accepting financial aid funds is confusing. By accepting money from your financial aid package in this order, you can graduate as cheaply as possible.
College students, graduates, and their parents often fantasize about the idea that the federal government might forgive their student loans. It sounds like a nice idea, but is it really? What would happen if the government instantly forgave student loans?
College grads dream of paying off their student loans. But the big question is: Should you? Here are the pros and cons of paying off your student loans early.
If you can’t afford your student loan bills, it seems so easy to just stop making payments. Here are all the reasons you can’t just decide to stop paying.
Considering signing up for Stash Banking to receive a Stash debit card? Here, we discuss the pros and cons of signing up so you can make the right choice.
With Stash Retire, it’s possible to open a traditional or Roth IRA in just minutes so you can begin saving and investing for your future.
If your New Year’s resolution is to finally get serious about paying off your student loans, these are the money moves you need to make NOW for success.
Federal and private student loans can both help you pay for college, but there are important differences between them. Here are 11 of the most important.