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The Collection of Student Loan Debt Articles
Here is the collection of all the articles on student loan debt that I've written here at The College Investor. However, it's in chronological order. If you want a better resource, check out my Everything Student Loans page for more information on student loans and student loan debt. If you want the most comprehensive guide available, download my free eBook on student loans: Student Loan Debt: Getting in Smart, Getting out Painlessly.
It’s no secret that college is expensive and the average student loan debt balance upon graduates is a huge burden. By learning how to find grants to pay for college, you can lower your out of pocket and loan costs.
In this Prodigy Finance review you’ll learn about the company including who can borrow money and what the interest rates and terms are like.
One of the biggest challenges of getting a private student loan with no cosigner is that private student loans are credit based.
If you’re working in the US on a visa and have a student loan, here are the ways to refinance an international student loan to save money.
If you’re worried about the IRS taking your tax refund due to student loan debt default, here’s how you can challenge a tax offset.
If you’re a landlord, you may want to automate some of the administration involved with being one. Read this Avail review to learn how.
If you’re looking for a good deal on student loans with some great customer service, find what you need in this PNC student loans review.
If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional student loans, you can find that in this Ascent student loans review. Learn more!
If you have bad credit, you can still get a student loan with bad credit if you follow these steps for Federal and private student loans.
Today I’m sharing the best student loan advice I would have for my younger self – if I could go back and start paying for college again.
Your Expected Family Contribution number is an important number if you’re looking to receive need-based financial aid. Learn about it here.
Is there such a thing as private student loan forgiveness? If so, is it difficult to obtain? Are there alternative options? Read on to learn.
If you’re looking to refinance your student loans, consider using the 0% credit card method. Here’s what it is including risks and benefits.
There are some important reminders when it comes to FAFSA filing. Read them here and remember them when you’re preparing your FAFSA.
What does Heartland ECSI do in regard to student loans? You’ll find out here as well as how to contact them and more!
Do you know what you can do for your student loans on StudentLoans.gov? If not, this article will help you discover the many possibilities.
Did you get a call from Firstmark Services regarding your student loans? Is Firstmark Services servicing your student loans? Learn more here.
Have a question about the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program? Start here with the ultimate guide! Find out which loans qualify.
If you want to view multiple student loans in one place, take a look at the NSLDS! Here’s what it is and how to find your loans.
If you become totally and permanently disabled, you might qualify for student loan forgiveness. Here are some important things to know.
It might be difficult to stay motivated with money when you’re in the PSLF program. Here are some tips to help you succeed!