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’re having a hard time paying back your student loans, income-driven payment plans may be just what you need to get back on your feet.
You might want to put as much extra cash as possible into your student loans, but if you don’t establish an emergency fund, you’re inviting trouble.
If you’re having a hard time paying back your student loans, you should see if you qualify for student loan forgiveness under any of these 9 policies.
Figuring out the best way to pay back student loans is tough. Here are 2 common methods, and a 3rd you can use if you’ve got federal student loans.
When you can’t afford to pay your student loan bills, deferment and forbearance are two options you have. Here’s the difference between the two.
College students who take summer and winter courses can save themselves a lot of time (and money) when it comes time to graduate.
Making even minimal payments towards your student loans while you are in college can drastically reduce the total amount you’ll end up paying.
Living on campus in student housing is one of the largest expenses of college students. Here’s why living at home and commuting might make more sense.
Federal work study is an essential component to many students’ student aid packages. Here’s why it’s important to actually use it to pay your debt in college.