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.
Student loans suck. Taking them out sucks, paying them back sucks, everything about them sucks. But did you know they can actually help lower your tax bill?
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.
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.