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Feb
6
These Five Student Loan Myths Are Making You Lose Money

If you have student loans, it’s important to understand common student loan myths to avoid losing money. Whether refinancing your college debt, paying off a loan early, or looking into loan forgiveness, know the truth before changing your loan status. Myth 1: You Can’t Pay on Your Student Loans While…

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Nov
11
Understand How Public Service Loan Forgiveness Works

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program may be a useful option for eliminating student loan debt if you work for a government agency or non-profit organization. Qualified borrowers may be eligible to eliminate their debt after just 120 payments, if they know how to approach it properly. Employment Eligibility If…

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Apr
22
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Employees need MORE than student loan repayment assistance benefits

Student loan repayment assistance has become the hottest new workplace benefit, and for a good reason. Students graduate from college with thousands of dollars in student loan debt. As a forward-thinking employer, your first reaction is probably to jump on the student loan assistance bandwagon to help fuel your recruitment…

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Apr
1
Celebrate financial literacy month with these top financial literacy articles

April is Financial Literacy Month, and although we like to provide financial literacy best practices throughout the year, we’re glad April is dedicated to highlighting the importance of establishing healthy financial habits. To celebrate, we’re rounding up our best financial literacy articles. We’ve broken this into three sections: Top financial…

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Mar
30
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These three statistics highlight the disconnect between financial aid pros and students

We recently conducted two surveys in an effort to better understand how people experience student loan borrowing and repayment. The first survey, which received the name “Borrowers in the Dark” asked students and graduates with student debt questions about their student loan knowledge. If it wasn’t obvious from the title,…

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