While the payment pause is set to end on January 31, 2021, it might be prudent for student loan collections to be delayed further. Learn why.
If you filed taxes early in 2021, the FAFSA treatment of unemployment benefits may hurt your financial aid eligibility. Here’s what to do.
Unlike lump sum settlements, there are times when the money from structured settlements will have no impact on financial aid. Learn why.
The Biden Administration reportedly wants to overhaul PSLF. Learn which PSLF reforms can be made through executive action and which can’t.
There are many ways to help you grandkids pay for college, including a few that have tax and financial aid benefits. We compare your best options!
Automatic student loan forgiveness might sound great — but is it legal? And could it come with tax consequences? We dig up the details.
The U.S. Department of Education can compromise federal student debt in certain situations that it’s deemed “uncollectable.” Learn more.
Student loan discharge in bankruptcy is legal, but rarely allowed. We discuss a few proposed policy changes that could change that.
Could a 529 plan have a negative affect on your FAFSA and financial aid eligibility? Here’s what college savers need to know.
Why are talented, low-income students underrepresented in selective colleges? We explore the causes of undermatching and ways to reduce it.
Learn how to get additional help from a student loan ombudsman when you aren’t able to resolve your student loan disputes on your own.