If you want to pay off your student loans ahead of schedule, try using these 6 strategies to really plow through your debt and free up cash for other goals.
Federal student loans can be subsidized or unsubsidized. But what exactly does that mean? Here’s the difference between these two types of loans.
Interest capitalization is the bane of any student loan borrower, adding thousands of dollars to the amount you owe over the life of a loan.
Looking to save money on your college textbooks? These states exempt college textbooks from state sales tax, helping students save big bucks over the years.
Price of college supplies got you down? Students in some states can save big bucks by buying textbooks and supplies on your state’s tax-free days each year.
Want to know what states have free college plans? Here’s a complete list, along with eligibility requirements and potential drawbacks for each program.
Rhode Island just became the newest state in the US to offer free community college for its residents, a great step in the battle against student loans.
America is facing a student loan crisis, even among teachers, who are charged with educating the country’s future generations. NPR highlights their stories.
Student debt has risen by astounding 457% in the last 14 years. Here’s why you should care, and what you can do to prepare for high college expenses.
Judges recently wiped away $5 billion in private student loans held by National Collegiate, a loan servicer. Could your student loans have been impacted?