How much does your student loan interest rate really matter when it comes to repaying your student loan debt? We break it down.
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Financial aid administrators can reduce student loan limits in only a few situations. But new rules could expand their authority. Learn how.
The Private College 529 Plan lets you lock in current tuition rates for the future. But which schools recognize the plan and is it worth the cost? Learn more.
A grandparent-owned 529 plan is a type of college savings plan where the account owner is a grandparent, as opposed to a parent.
The Department of Education has announced an IDR waivers that impact income-driven repayment plans and loan forgiveness.
The Fed says it sees lot’s of rate hikes this year. So should you refinance your student loans now? Here’s how to decide.
The student loan double-consolidation loophole can make Parent PLUS loans eligible for all income-driven repayment plans, but it’s ending in 2025. Learn more.
Federal student loan repayment, paused for almost four years, is about to restart. Here are the important dates you need to know.
The SAVE repayment plan is a new, updated version of the REPAYE income-driven repayment plan. How will it impact you? Learn more.
Some politicians are asking President Biden to sidestep Congress and provide student loan forgiveness by executive order. But is that legal?
As the possibility of Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan being blocked looms, alternative paths to student loan forgiveness may exist. Here are three potential paths toward student loan relief and their feasibility.